• April 21, 2024 at 3:43 pm #235945
    Stan Ubeki

    Anyone getting satisfactory results?

    I have been trying to set up a process to digitize my vinyl. So far I’m not happy with the results. The sound is thin and poorly equalized. I have a Grado MM cartridge on a Denon turntable. For turntable/USB interfaces I’ve tried both Behringer models UFO202 and UCA222, and the Dynasty Pro Audio UA2D preamp. I have a top notch playback system. I thoroughly clean each record.

    I record to Audacity, and even with its depth of control I still can’t get close to the quality of original vinyl or other digital sources.

    April 22, 2024 at 10:05 am #235989
    Marc Henshall

    Hi Stan,

    I have a guide on this that might help:

    I suspect the issue is with the quality of the digital converters in those audio interfaces/preamps.

    With a higher-quality interface, you’ll likely get the result you’re hoping for.

    Hope this helps.

    April 22, 2024 at 7:12 pm #236029

    I use Voicemeeter Potato to send signal to Wavelab Elements for recording my Vinyl, then I use VinylStudio to clean it up (if necessary) and download covers and track details from Discogs.
    I have a Schitt Mani pre-amp, Fluance RT85 Turntable.

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