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Connect turntable How do you connect a Audio-technica ATPL 50to a Dell Emachine W5243. no owners manual. I[m old and new to computers so really need help. Thanks, oldseadog

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Http://www.turntableneedles.com/Pre-Amps_c_4.html

I am pretty sure that model is NOT "USB" so you would need to hook it up through a preamp as shown in the drawing at above link.
then goto downloads.com and do a search for "cd lp" without the quote marks and you will find a lot of free software to load in the computer in order to record the LP's as they play into the sound card.

hope that gets you started...

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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