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Wow, this thing really misses the boat for me. Here's what I want: USB out. That's a must so I can rip CDs. Secondly, a phono preamp so I can rip vinyl. I don't know what Teac was thinking when they came up with this one. Count me out.
It seems like this thing is more like a dac/receiver, rather than just a CD drive. If you need to rip CDs, buy a regular USB CD/DVD drive from amazon for $20 and save some money :D
It's not built for that market. They expect you to rip with your computer and you need to spend more for any phono input but it's just too underpowered for $300. There are a lot of receivers that will give you what you want fore this price.
You're right about me not being the right market! Lol
Yeah, that'll work. My receiver has the phono pre-amp and I've got an audio interface that would do for a crude phono rip.
I think allowing this thing to function as a CD data drive would have amounted to feature creep, and been a severe mistake.
Wow, this thing really misses the boat for me. Here's what I want: a red skidoo with pontoons so I can use it both in the summer on the lake, and winter on the snow. I don't know what Teac was thinking when they came up with this one. Count me out.
Well, you know, it's hi rez and has a remote so it has to be awesome.