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Music Hall USB-1

Manual belt-drive turntable with pre-mounted cartridge, USB output, and built-in phono preamp

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Our take on the Music Hall USB-1

The Music Hall USB-1 does more than just deliver warm, rich sound from your cherished vinyl records. It also boasts a USB port that makes it a breeze to transfer that music to your computer for easy archiving and downloading to your favorite portable player. This turntable's low-noise, belt-drive design provides quiet, high-quality playback for your LPs and 45s. A built-in, selectable phono preamp means you can connect the USB-1 directly to almost any audio system.

Get your vinyl into your computer

The Music Hall USB-1 does more than just deliver warm, rich sound from your cherished vinyl records. It also boasts a USB port that makes it a breeze to transfer that music to your computer for easy archiving and downloading to your favorite portable player. This turntable's low-noise, belt-drive design provides quiet, high-quality playback for your LPs and 45s. A built-in, selectable phono preamp means you can connect the USB-1 directly to almost any audio system.

Simple plug and play operation, plus some cool extras

The USB-1 includes all the necessary cables and software you need to start spinning vinyl right away. Its adjustable pitch control lets you change the platter speed up to ±10%, for easier beat-match mixing when you want to play DJ. A built-in strobe indicator lamp ensures playback speed accuracy. And the included detachable dust cover helps keep your 'table clean.

Product Highlights:

  • low-noise belt-drive design
  • RCA analog output is switchable to PHONO or LINE out (RCA cable included)
  • USB (Type B) output for connection to a computer (USB cable included)
  • USB and preamp output available simultaneously for recording and monitoring
  • playback at 33-1/3 or 45 rpm (45 rpm adapter included)
  • pitch control with selectable range (±10%)
  • built-in strobe indicator lamp for speed accuracy verification
  • die-cast aluminum platter with mat
  • S-shaped tonearm with detachable headshell
  • adjustable tracking force and anti-skating
  • includes a pre-mounted Audio Technica AT3600L phono cartridge
  • removable, hinged dust cover
  • includes Audacity recording software for PC and Mac®
  • minor assembly required
  • wow & flutter: less than 0.25%
  • weight: 9.7 lbs.
  • 17-11/16"W x 6-1/16"H x 14-3/16"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

What's in the Box:

  • Turntable
  • Headshell/Cartridge (MM)
  • Platter
  • Felt mat
  • 45 RPM adapter
  • Counter-weight
  • Dust cover
  • 37" Stereo RCA cable
  • 6.5 USB (type-B) to USB (type-A) cable
  • Audacity USB Recording/Sound Editing Software CD-ROM
  • Instruction Manual

No frills, but it does everything you'd expect it to do. Strobe tracks sell.

Brian, San Tan Valley, AZ


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Features and Specs

Operation Manual
Speeds 33-1/3, 45
Cartridge Type MM
Phono Preamp Built-in
USB Output Yes
Pitch Control Yes
45 RPM Adapter Yes
Signal to Noise Ratio 50
Wow and Flutter 0.25
Weight 9.7 lbs.

Product Research



Overview: The Music Hall USB-1 turntable not only lets you enjoy your vinyl collection through your home stereo, but also download your vinyl music collection to your computer. It has a built-in phono preamp, cartridge, and dust cover; as well as includes all necessary cables and software required for simple connection and operation.

2-Speed, Belt-Drive Turntable: The Music Hall USB-1 is an extremely quiet belt-driven, 2-speed turntable which supports 33-1/3 and 45 rpm playback speeds. A 45 rpm adapter is included.

Aluminum Die-Cast Platter: The Music Hall USB-1 turntable features an aluminum die-cast platter and comes with a felt mat.

MM Phono Cartridge: The USB-1 turntable includes an Audio Technica AT3600L moving-magnet cartridge.

S-Shaped Tone-Arm: The Music Hall turntable features a static balanced S-shaped tone-arm w/ detachable head shell.

Anti-Skating & Pitch Controls: The turntable offers anti-skating control for increased stereo balance and adjustable pitch control (+/-10%).

Analog Output via Built-in Phono Amp or Direct Line Output: The turntable's stereo RCA output is able to switch to Phono output or Line output. The built-in phono equalizer preamp allows you to connect the turntable to an integrated amp or receiver that does not have a dedicated phono input. This is a feature that can be turned off when using a receiver with a phono input.

USB Output w/ Free Software: The Music Hall USB-1 turntable is fitted with a USB (type-B) port and comes with a USB cable to connect to your Windows PC or Mac computer. The included Audacity software lets you convert your vinyl records over to PC or Mac. Music files are recorded in MP3 (16-bit, 44.1khz or 48kHz). The included software supports Windows XP and above, as well as MAC OSX.

Dust Cover: The Music Hall USB-1 comes supplied with a dust cover to prevent dust build-up on the turntable.

4 Self-Adjusting Feet: The Music Hall USB-1 features four self-adjusting feet to make sure the turntable is positioned correctly.


Turntable Specs:

  • Type: 2-speed full manual
  • Motor: DC motor
  • Driving Method: Belt drive
  • Turntable Platter: 330mm diameter Aluminum
  • Speeds: 33-1/3 and 45 rpm
  • Wow & Flutter: Less than 0.25% WRMS w/ 33-1/3 rpm
  • S/N Ratio: More than 50dB (DIN-B)
  • Pitch Controls: +/-10%
  • Starting Time: Less than 1 sec. w/ 33-1/3 rpm
  • Braking Time: Less than 1 sec. w/ 33-1/3 rpm
  • Time for Speed Change: Less than 1 sec.
  • Speed Tolerance: Within +/-1.3%
  • USB Function: USB 1.1 Compliant for Windows XP or MAC OSX (16-bit, 44.1k or 48kHz selectable)

Tone-Arm Specs:

  • Type: Static balanced S-shaped tone-arm w/ detachable headshell
  • Effective Arm Length: 220mm
  • Tracking Error Angle: Less than 3-degrees
  • Applicable Cartridge Weight: 6-10g
  • Anti-Skating Range: 0-4g
  • Phono Output Level: 1.5-3.6 mV at 1kHz 5cm/sec (HP-4005)
  • Line Output Level: 90-216mV at 1kHz 5cm/sec (HP-4005)
  • Frequency Response: 20-20kHz
  • Channel Separation: More than 15dB
  • Needle Pressure Range: 3-4g
  • High of Cue (1st track): 6-10.5mm
  • Descend of Cue: 1-3 sec.

EQ Amp:

  • Output: 150mV +/-4dB (In: 2.5mV, 1kHz)
  • RIAA: 20-20kHz, +1/-3dB (In: 1.5mV, 1kHz)


  • Dust Cover Closed: 17.6875" (w) x 6.0625" (h) x 14.1875" (d)
  • Dust Cover Open: 17.6875" (w) x 15.6875" (h) x 15.75" (d)
  • Weight: 9.7 lbs

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Why did you buy this?

Price for features - seemed to offer more quality than basic unit. [ Randy  Oct 26, 2018 ]
It is what I liked for a good price [ Roy  Oct 04, 2018 ]
Good reviews, Fair price [ ZACHARY  Oct 01, 2018 ]
Did a lot of research. Music Hall USB-1 had great reviews. Getting back into vinyl records, did not want to sink a lot of money in a system. Also looked at the Audio Technica AT-LP120-USB. Not a lot of difference for the $100 more. [ Maurice  Aug 11, 2018 ]
After an EXCELLENT experience with my adviser Manny to find great speakers, I emailed him to help me choose a turntable, based on my budget and the specific features hubby wanted: the ability to adjust playing speed and also convert my old albums to digital files using our laptops (Windows and Mac). He emailed me back the same day with the Music Hall USB-1 and even placed it in my cart for me if I chose to purchase it. My husband is excited that he will be able to listen to his old albums again! [ Kristin P  Jul 20, 2018 ]
The Music Hall USB-1 was recommended by Jenna Miles in her book "The Beginner's Guide to Vinyl". A very helpful book. [ Maren  Jul 10, 2018 ]
friend has system [ Dan  Jun 10, 2018 ]
I wanted a belt drive, with strobe and ability to manage the pressure on the stylus. This met all my needs. I hope I can enjoy it as I did my tables back in the 80's [ John  May 26, 2018 ]
Most of the USB capable turntables in this pricerange or below look low/poor quality. Music Hall's USB-1, however looks far more superior and a good investment. I was also considering an ION Mustang turntable which style is extremely appealing, however after reading some reviews and zooming in on the pics. it seems the main guts/turntable is identical to the cheap victrolas - other entry level brands I'm seeing out there. looking forward to having the Music hall prove that I made a wise decision [ Matthew  May 04, 2018 ]
Reviews and affordability [ Ron  Apr 26, 2018 ]
best seller and size [ AARON  Mar 24, 2018 ]
good reviews and recommendation by Chuck [ ricky  Feb 08, 2018 ]
Needed good, solid turntable and advisor recommended this one. The reviews were good, too. [ James  Dec 28, 2017 ]
gift for mom [ Torrie  Dec 21, 2017 ]
Reliable [ Arthur  Dec 14, 2017 ]
Awesome Deal [ Edward  Dec 03, 2017 ]
I have a music hall CD player and my old Sony phonograph was recently ruined by a power surge. This one was on sale and I like the quality of my CD player so I thought it would be a good replacement [ Mark  Nov 23, 2017 ]
cost and good reviews of product [ Dennis  Nov 10, 2017 ]
Advisor Dexter recommended it. [ Simon  Oct 26, 2017 ]
Birthday gift for my son. [ BRYAN  Oct 04, 2017 ]
I am a High End Audio nut and Music Hall is a good company. I have tickets for the High End Audio show the first week in Oct here in Denver, I go every year. I can wait to hear records through my Magnepan Speakers. [ Gary  Sep 24, 2017 ]
Features s tone arm and tracking adjustments [ Stephen  Sep 08, 2017 ]
I currently have this turntable and bought this one as a gift. [ Carl  Aug 04, 2017 ]
reviews and built in preamp [ robert  Jun 10, 2017 ]
value [ harrison  May 03, 2017 ]
I was looking for an entry level turntable that was not too expensive or overly complicated. I found one! I did not use the installed preamp, I purchased an external from Amazon for $30 and the music reproduction is fantastic!!! The only issue I have come across is that if you walk right next to it while playing it may skip. I intend on correcting this with some vibration dampening materials under both the feet of the USB-1 and the table it is on. All in all this is a good turntable. [ Thomas  May 01, 2017 ]
Great review and the price with discount is just right for my budget. [ Dennis  Mar 06, 2017 ]
it seems to fit my requirements [ Carlos  Feb 12, 2017 ]
Detailed information answered all my questions and recommendation by your subject matter experts. [ Norman  Jan 28, 2017 ]
To replace a non-functioning turntable [ W  Jan 24, 2017 ]
Looking for an affordable turntable. Great reviews and should fit our system nicely. Working with Crutchfield is awesome as always. Was able to redeem some reward points, so that was a happy extra... [ Joseph  Jan 21, 2017 ]
Name brand recognition, looks and price [ Chris  Dec 25, 2016 ]
Good value. Wanted a belt drive automatic with a built in amp. [ TIMOTHY  Dec 21, 2016 ]
Reviews [ Demian  Dec 15, 2016 ]
USB output, Phono preamp, switchable, decent quality for casual listener [ Josh  Dec 09, 2016 ]
Online recommendations - stocked by Crutchfield [ Alan  Dec 05, 2016 ]
It looks good value for the money and good reviews. [ MICHAEL  Dec 02, 2016 ]
The price drop and good quality turntable [ MARTIN  Nov 28, 2016 ]
great deal for stellar product [ MITCHELL  Nov 26, 2016 ]
Overall quality and features. USB connection and software and added plus. [ C  Nov 11, 2016 ]
Looked to have the most features for the cost and had good reviews. [ FRANK H  Sep 09, 2016 ]
Needed an entry level turntable for a family gift, TT was way better than I expected. [ Rufus  Jul 14, 2016 ]
My friend has one. [ Adam  Jun 02, 2016 ]
A gift for a friend. [ Karen  May 10, 2016 ]
I am looking for a simple turntable. Crutchfield's customers reviews was helpful for the selection. [ Luis  Apr 25, 2016 ]
Ann was very helpful. Ann's Bio: [ William  Apr 14, 2016 ]
Needed new turntable to get back in touch with vinyl. [ Jackie  Mar 29, 2016 ]
The music hall usb turntable is a solid entry level turntable that offers a counterweight and lets you upgrade the cartridge. The built in preamp also allows me to utilize this setup in a compact space. Highly recommended. [ Luis  Mar 25, 2016 ]
price [ David  Mar 24, 2016 ]
Affordable for my needs but still delivers great sound [ kevin  Mar 24, 2016 ]
It has the S-shaped tonearm with detachable headshell and adjustable tracking force so I'll will be able to use my M97XE Cartridge, Plus it has the USB port to create digital music. [ Richard  Feb 11, 2016 ]
Recommended by Buzz Buzz's Bio: [ Paul  Feb 09, 2016 ]
Decent price, specs and reviews [ Allen  Jan 30, 2016 ]
in the market for a turntable to play my lp's it's been over 30yrs sinve i touch them, from the over the christmas holiday. at this time this unit was in my price range don't know much about music hall but will give them a try will let you know later once i get it. [ KELVIN  Jan 21, 2016 ]
My wife wanted to get back into listening to our vinyl again, so we agreed that this turntable was what she was looking for . [ James  Jan 12, 2016 ]
I picked this item to record my LPs on MP3 [ Pierre  Jan 11, 2016 ]
I read the article on how to set up a simple record playing system and this was the turntable recommended. [ Drenda  Dec 28, 2015 ]
Currently, I own an Audio-Technica. I am hoping this turntable provides better audio than the AT. [ ROBERT  Dec 25, 2015 ]
Like a good many people, I have a fair number of 1970's vintage LPs. I want to enjoy them while in the car. This device allows me to achieve this goal. [ Jeffrey  Dec 20, 2015 ]
Xmas gift [ R  Dec 19, 2015 ]
Reasonable price, had all the necessary features [ Carl D.  Dec 15, 2015 ]
Everything needed to enjoy Christmas morning in one package --software, cords and your expertise and support. [ Rachelue  Dec 11, 2015 ]
Recommended by a friend [ Cyndi  Dec 08, 2015 ]

17 questions already asked

No it is not. [ Rick  Apr 24, 2018 ]
no [ Ted  Apr 23, 2018 ]
NO. However if you look at the large picture you will find a small lever that allows you to first move the stylus over any where over the record and using the lever carefully lower the stylus. I find this OK and I like the performance of the turntable. When the end of the record is attained the stylus remains stopped and the lever must be used to lift the stylus and then the stylus can be moved back to it's original position. [ ROBERT  Apr 23, 2018 ]
Nope. Manual. Very easy to use, however. [ Roger  Apr 23, 2018 ]
No. You have to manually return the arm at the end of the last track. [ TERRY  Apr 23, 2018 ]
No. You must raise (and lower) the arm manually either directly with your finger, or using a small lever at the base of the arm. No problem; works great. [ Carroll W.  Apr 23, 2018 ]
No. I don't think the arm retracts automatically. I must move the arm on my turntable back by hand. [ SCOT A.  Apr 23, 2018 ]
Sorry, there is no auto-lift mechanism on this turntable [ GARY C  Apr 23, 2018 ]
No, it is manual. It has a lever for up and down functions. I have enjoyed using it. Went way too long without a turntable. [ RUSSELL  Apr 23, 2018 ]
No it is not...Full Manual [ Robert  Apr 23, 2018 ]
Nope [ William  Apr 23, 2018 ]
You need a phono preamp and connect it to aux. input to use a phono. [ Robert  Apr 12, 2018 ]
great question, but i cannot answer it because i do not have Sonos. [ Daniel  Apr 12, 2018 ]
I do not own a Sonos Play 5, but I would expect that the Music Hall USB-1 audio out can plug directly into the line in of Sonos speaker. The turntable does have a pre-amp, so the signal should certainly drive the line in input. The speaker then has its own main amp. Just need the right cable adapter. [ Robert  Apr 12, 2018 ]
The needle will sit there and groove forever. [ Robert  Dec 20, 2017 ]
Hi The tonearm does not lift off at the end of the record . On some LP's it even skips right on to the paper part of the record. Hope this was helpful. [ Pawel  Dec 20, 2017 ]
No, tone arm does not automatically lift on record. It will continually loop on the interior groove until you manually lift it off. [ William M.  Dec 20, 2017 ]
The tone arm just sits there. Still a great buy. [ Paul  Dec 19, 2017 ]
There are no stupid questions. Yes, you will need speakers and a receiver, and the receiver will need to have a phono input. BTW, I am very happy with this turntable and would buy it again. [ devin  Dec 16, 2017 ]
yes ---you need a pair of speakers [ Donald  Dec 15, 2017 ]
Hello Meg, no this is not a stupid question but the system needs to be played through an amplifier with speakers. Using a Yamaha amplifier for my system with this turntable has been the most effective and best sounding system for me so far. Please don't hesitate to ask any other questions of me Enter an answer to this question. [ James  Dec 15, 2017 ]
Not stupid at all! Yes, it does need speakers. Most things have speakers built in anymore, but turntables do not. Think of them like a receiver. You have to have speakers to listen to that, too. [ Susan  Dec 15, 2017 ]
Receiver and speakers required. This is a great turntable [ Michael  Dec 15, 2017 ]
You do need speakers. Enter [ Bradley  Dec 15, 2017 ]
I would suggest you CHAT with someone at Crutchfield. I do have this turntable and it is connected to a stereo receiver which has speakers. The turntable it's self does not have an internal speaker. I see Crutchfield does sell this turntable with additional speakers: But, it think you should CHAT with them 1st. [ Richard  Dec 15, 2017 ]
Hi, Jamie-- Interesting question. In my own case I put my audio into the computer as I do iTunes, then burn discs for replay on other devices. Maybe you need to process the audio in this manner, then transfer from your computer to your thumb drive. In any case, I'll try that too with my thumb drives! Have fun, Brian in Denver. [ Brian  Sep 11, 2016 ]
No, since it is a USB cable that transfers the recording. [ James  Sep 10, 2016 ]
There are outputs for Phono/RCA out and USB cable out. There is no place to plug in a USB thumb drive. [ Kelsaw  Sep 10, 2016 ]
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: Or try our online support center: [ Krissy  Sep 06, 2016 ]  Staff
Yes it's fullly manual, u do have to left tonearm back, also u have to left tonearm and sit it on record hope this helps [ LAWRENCE E  May 05, 2016 ]
Yes, it is fully manual. You physically have to bring the tonearm back. It is an annoyance, but the high quality of the turntable more than makes up for it. [ Brian W.  Apr 29, 2016 ]
100% manual, you have to physically return the tonearm to its holder. The sound it produces makes it worth the extra effort. [ Stan  Apr 28, 2016 ]
Yes. This a manual turntable. [ Allen  Apr 28, 2016 ]
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: Or try our online support center: [ Krissy  Mar 18, 2016 ]  Staff
Wish I could answer but I bought this as a gift [ Tom  Feb 23, 2016 ]
Yes with a regular RCA audio cable [ LAWRENCE E  Feb 22, 2016 ]
I assume so, but I hired a professional to integrate the turntable with the rest of my sound system and I really don't know whether he used an aux cable. I can't check because I'm away from the home where it's installed until March 7. However, I can tell you that the turntable works great. No problems with it at all. [ WAYNE  Feb 22, 2016 ]
The turntable also has an ON/THRU switch that lets you choose whether or not to use the built-in pre-amp, depending on your amplifier situation. [ Laura  May 19, 2015 ]
I don't see why not. The NAD has analog inputs, and this table has a built in phono pre-amp so there should be no problem using one of the analog inputs. I did not dig deep enough into the NAD to see if it also had a phono pre-amp so that also may be an option. That said, you are pairing what was a $3K integrated amp with a $250 TT. At a minimum, I would think you would want to upgrade the included phono cartridge to something higher in quality. [ BRIAN  May 10, 2015 ]
Thanks! [ DanG.  Mar 08, 2015 ]
includes a pre-mounted Audio Technica AT3600L phono cartridge it is replaceable! [ MARK S  Mar 08, 2015 ]
Thanks very much! [ DanG.  Mar 07, 2015 ]
It comes with a Audio Technica AT3600L. It is a standard mount cartridge and is replaceable. [ BRIAN  Mar 07, 2015 ]
The cartridge has no Manufacturer name or Part # on it. the whole cartridge assembly detaches from the arm by unscrewing the silver collar and unplugging from the arm. I imagine it is replaceable but you would need to contact Music hall to confirm. [ DR E D M  Mar 07, 2015 ]
I have not. Am using this solely to rip vinyl to mp3. [ John  Nov 07, 2014 ]
That little pre-amp by Teac would go directly to the speakers and the sound would be awesome! If your not blown away they will take it back I'm sure the are a great place to buy from.....good luck ......james [ JAMES M  Nov 05, 2014 ]
I am no Audio expert but there is no preAmp on this model. I connect directly to my computer using the USB lead and play using Window Media Player or record using Audacity software or I can connect to my old Sanyo amplifier and speakers. [ DR E D M  Nov 04, 2014 ]
I was wrong, this turntable does have a switch to go to 220-240 volts. [ Patrick  Oct 13, 2014 ]
No. Nothing on back panel to switch current. [ Patrick  Oct 13, 2014 ]
i have no clue about a NAD usb phono preamp ! [ GUNTHER G  Mar 30, 2014 ]
I'm sure you know the functionality of the Music Hall USB-1; therefore, your equipment (i.e., receiver or computer) will ultimately determine the final sound of any phonograph record. The unit is outstanding and should be paired with a quality system. [ ROBERT T  Mar 14, 2014 ]
Sorry, but I have not used the internal phono preamp, nor the USB output. We have have the table connected via the phono output to an old school stereo receiver that has its own phono input. As such, I can't really comment on how the internal pre would compare to a low cost external preamp. That said, I would not expect a significant difference, but that is just speculation on my part. While the construction of the table is certainly not top of the line, it is suitable for its intended purpose (my daughter's first TT). I would think the weak link would be included cartridge. [ BRIAN  Mar 06, 2014 ]
I can't answer that exact question, but . . . My son has this a college and is using Bose Companion III powered speakers. All I can say is this setup sounds great. For the price, I think this would be the entry point for a quality turntable...other cheaper ones we looked at were not even close to this quality. [ MARK S  Mar 06, 2014 ]
I usually save mine in AIFF when I download music online, which I can import into iTunes without any problem. When I rip CD's for import into iTunes, I save the files using the Apple Lossless protocol. [ SCOTT  Dec 20, 2013 ]
The supplied Audacity software will allow you to save your files in several different formats (including WAV). [ Jeff  Dec 13, 2013 ]  Staff
If only WAV files, there are a number of software tools that can change the format to various formats. [ Charles  Jan 16, 2018 ]
Thanks you. The tuner USB-1 it funny, I like. [ JOSE D  Dec 14, 2013 ]
Hi Rick, You can format in wave, too. You can use the Nero software or Windows Media Player. Give it a try! [ ROBERT T  Dec 13, 2013 ]
Sorry, I can't answer that. [ BERTRAM F  Dec 11, 2013 ]
The supplied software, Audacity, will allow you to save your files in several different format, and WAV is one of them. When you transfer the audio from the turntable to the PC, it will be in be in .AUP format (proprietary), but you can quickly export it to the format of your choice. [ BILL  Dec 11, 2013 ]
So far the turntable is playing vinyl through a pair of Bose Companion II speakers (sounds GREAT!)...not yet used for converting. In my past experience with an Ion turntable, most conversion software produces a .wav file natively...then converts to MP3. This would be a software issue, so check the manual on the software you are using to see what your options are for conversion. [ MARK S  Dec 11, 2013 ]
Unfortunately, I can't say for sure. The TT is a Christmas gift and has not yet been opened. I did look at the product manual, and it is somewhat ambiguous on the subject. The USB output is specified as 16BIT 44.1KHz or 48KHz USB SELECTABLE. That would imply Wave files, but w/o trying it, I am not certain. I suspect the output is Wave, which can then be converted within Audacity if you wanted to, but I think your best bet may be an email or a call to Music Hall. [ BRIAN  Dec 11, 2013 ]

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