Know how to digitize your LPs? All it takes is a turntable with USB output sort of. Ralph looks at two popular turntable/USB options.
Whether you grew up playing records, or you're just discovering vinyl's warm, analog sound, this article will walk you through the basics of choosing a turntable.
Steve Kindig, Tara W.
Steve, Crutchfield Senior Editor and audio enthusiast, and Tara, Crutchfield writer and digital audio enthusiast, set up a dedicated stereo listening system. They show you what you need to enjoy your music to the fullest, from a basic system to one that's more complex.
Is your music a wellspring of inspiration rather than a mere backdrop for your everyday activities? Would you like it to thrill you, at least some of the time? If so, this is the place to start.
Are you an avid music lover? Then you should have a special space and the gear you need to properly indulge your passion. This article will help you put together a high-fidelity stereo music system that suits your lifestyle and the space you have in mind.
In this article, we'll explain the ins and outs of setting up your receiver, so you can get all the audio and video performance you paid for.
Dolly, Mac and Tara discuss the features available in home theater receivers, and the best way to choose one that's right for you.
Crutchfield Writing Team
There are many types of connections you may encounter when setting up your new A/V system. Find out what it all means.
Miss your favorite records? Converting them to CD or MP3 can make them easier to enjoy more often and in more places.