Record to CD or PC using USB
At first glance, the Teac LP-R550USB looks like a normal hi-fi system, but there’s more. With a built-in CD recorder, you can record discs and cassettes directly to CD-R or RW discs, without the need for other components or cables. An exclusive Track Increment identification system correctly separates tracks once recorded on the CD, while a USB output connects to the PC, allowing you to record directly to the hard drive -required software.
Teac LP-R550USB is not only a complete recording unit, but is also a complete hi-fi system. Containing a recorder, cassette player, CD/recorder player, FM/AM radio, amplifier and stereo speakers, this Teac system has everything you need in one standalone unit.
Also play 78s
The record deck has three speeds, including 78 (separate stylus ideally required) for playing all record formats. It also has an automatic return to protect the stylus from damage at the end of the record. The CD player has a full range of playback options including 32-track programming, repetition, and shuffle playback. Both the cassette player and the tuner radio are fully functional and well integrated.
All about one compact case
Proving that Teac has thought of everything, the LP-R550 USB is also equipped with a remote control, headphone socket and auxiliary input. The auxiliary input allows you to connect another source, such as the TV, and listen/record from that as well. Even the large and clear display makes it easy to use.
With low-reflection speakers and a 3.5+3.5W amplifier to increase low frequencies, the LP-R550USB is ideal for both recording and listening to music. RCA pin connector input/output auxiliary terminals make it easy to connect other audio devices, including existing equipment. The 3-speed analog turntable can also play LP and EP discs at 78 rpm. The auto-return function automatically returns the tone arm when the record is finished playing.
At first glance, the Teac LP-R550USB looks like a normal high-fidelity system, but there is much more. The cassette cover allows you to record vinyl and CDs in cassette. Thanks to the built-in CD burner, it is also possible to burn cassette discs and tapes directly to CDs, without the need for other components or cables. To make it even easier, the Teac also uses an exclusive Track Increment identification system so that tracks are properly separated once recorded on the CD. You can burn to CD-R or RW discs with total flexibility in choosing the disc. Finally, a USB output connects to your home computer, allowing you to burn directly to your hard drive – software required. A clean touch is the ability to burn to CD and USB at the same time. With a recording cover, cassette cover, CD/recorder player, FM/AM radio, amplifier and stereo speakers, this Teac system has everything you need for a standalone hi-fi drive. The disc deck offers 3 speeds, of which 78 (a separate pen ideally required) for playback of all recording formats. It also has an automatic return to protect the stylus from damage at the end of registration. In addition to recording, the CD player will, of course, play CDs. There is a wide range of playback options, including 32-track programming, repetition, and random playback. Both the cassette cover and the tuner radio are fully functional and perfectly integrated. Proving that Teac has thought of everything, the LP-R550 USB is also equipped with a remote control, headphone jack and auxiliary input. The auxiliary input allows you to connect another source, such as the TV, and listen/record from this as well. Perfectly contained inside a single box I wouldn’t think Teac crowded so much in such a compact case. Photo:Teac
For a one-stop recording & playback solution, Teac LP-R550USB MK2 perfectly combines the old and the new.