iPod USB Turntable

The iPod USB Turntable is an MP3 converting device with an iPod dock attached. It allows you to play records at 33 1/3 rpm or 45 rpm and record the music direct to the docked iPod. The dock is compatible with 5th Gen iPods or 2nd Gen Nano’s. The turntable it’s self is a belt driven device with anti-skating control. Also an output is provided allowing you to play your old vinyl records to a stereo system. USB support is also provided allowing you to create MP3’s from your vinyl rather then recording them right on to the iPod.

The iPod USB turntable costs $260.

Via: GeekAlerts


  1. Very clever. I’ve seen the kind that are USB to go from records to your computer, but never this. I don’t know that I’d want to go right to an ipod, but hey, it’s nice to have options.

  2. It’s not something I would use, but I am sure some people will find use for it who are more musical type people.

  3. I think this is just what the Doctor ordered! Having stacks of records that were not popular enough to be reissued on CDs can be frustrating. Signal loss from MP3 conversion shouldn’t be too bad, I hope.

    Dear Santa….

  4. These are a great alternative for those who do not want to convert their digital to their computer and then to the iPod as it goes direct instead. Then again, if you’ve got an iPod, don’t you also already have a computer that you store your music on?

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