Audio Technica AT-LP120-USB Specifications

Audio Technica AT-LP120-USB Specifications
AT-LP120-USB Direct-Drive Professional USB and Analog Turntable System
Installation and Operation Pages 2-10
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Direct-Drive Professional USB and Analog Turntable System
Introduction
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Warning: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do
not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
To prevent electric shock, do not remove the
cover. There are no user-serviceable parts
inside. Internal adjustments are for qualified
professionals only. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Thank you for purchasing the AT-LP120-USB Direct-Drive Professional
USB and Analog Turntable System. Audio-Technica brings its legendary
quality and audio fidelity to the digital realm with this LP-to-digital
recording system. In the box, you'll find everything you need to transfer
your classic LP collection to digital files: Audio-Technica's AT-LP120USB stereo turntable, complete with USB output that allows direct
connection to your computer; Audacity recording software for MAC
or PC; an integral dual-magnet Audio-Technica phono cartridge; a USB
cable and adapter cables. The turntable also offers a built-in switchable
phono/line preamp that allows connection to a stereo system equipped
with either a phono or line-level input.
The AT-LP120-USB Direct-Drive Professional USB and Analog Turntable
System features the following:
• USB output-no special drivers required for direct connection to
your computer
• Direct drive high-torque motor
• Selectable 33/45nS RPM speeds
• Selectable internal stereo phono pre-amplifier
Caution: To prevent electric shock, do not
use the polarized plug with an extension cord,
receptacle, or other type of electrical outlet
unless the wide blade can be easily inserted
into a matching slot.
• S-shaped tone arm assembly with:
• Adjustable counterweight
• Anti-skate adjustment
• Tone arm height adjustment and lock
• Tone arm lift with hydraulic action and lift lever
To assure maximum satisfaction from this product, please read the
information and follow the instructions presented in this manual. Please
keep the manual in an accessible location for future reference. We
suggest that you save all the packaging materials for possible future
storage, moving, or shipping.
• Tone arm rest with locking mechanism
• Selectable high-accuracy quartz-controlled pitch lock
• Selectable +/-10% or +/- 20% pitch adjustment ranges
• Stroboscopic platter speed indicator
Caution: To avoid stylus damage, make certain the included stylus
guard is in place whenever the turntable is being installed, moved,
or cleaned.
• Forward and reverse play
• Cast aluminum record platter with slip mat
• Start/stop button
• Pop-up stylus target light
• 45-RPM adapter with storage receptacle
• Receptacle for extra headshell
• Adjustable feet for leveling
• Removable hinged dust cover
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Main Features
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1.
POWER DIAL
Controls power to the unit.
2.
START/STOP BUTTON
Engages and disengages the motor/platter.
3.
PLATTER SPEED BUTTONS
Select 33 or 45 RPM platter speed. (Note: 78 RPM is selected by
pressing the 33 and 45 buttons simultaneously.)
4.
PLATTER
Cast aluminum platter mounts directly to center
spindle/motor shaft.
5.
STROBE DOTS (On platter edge)
Operate in conjunction with stroboscopic light located under
power dial (1) to provide visual indication of accurate platter speeds.
6.
CENTER SPINDLE
Precision-machined platter mount on motor shaft.
7.
45-RPM ADAPTER (Shown in receptacle)
Adapts 7' records with large center holes to fit center spindle.
8.
DUST COVER HINGE HOLDERS
Attachment points for removable hinged dust cover.
9.
HEADSHELL RECEPTACLE
Storage receptacle for extra headshell (not included).
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11.
DIRECTION BUTTON
Controls platter's rotational direction:
F - Forward (clockwise)
R - Reverse (counter-clockwise)
12.
PITCH ADJUST SLIDE CONTROL
Use in conjunction with pitch button (15) to vary the platter's
rotational speed. In the center detent position quartz lock is active.
13.
PITCH SELECTION INDICATOR
Shows Green for standard or locked RPM setting, or Red for a
pitch-adjusted setting.
14.
QUARTZ SPEED LOCK
Toggles between internal quartz-locked reference and variable
pitch controlled by pitch adjust slide control (12).
15.
PITCH BUTTON
Selects the range of pitch variation permitted by the pitch adjust
slide control (12). (See page 7 for information on locking or
adjusting platter speed.)
16.
POPUP STYLUS TARGET LIGHT
Provides illumination directed at the stylus position for easier
cueing in poor light.
17. VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH
(Access through holes in platter)
Selects operating voltage (115V or 230V AC, 60/50 Hz).
10. TONE ARM ASSEMBLY
Refer to Figure 2 on page 4 for details.
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Rear View Diagram
Figure 3
29.
30.
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PRE-AMP SELECTOR SWITCH
Allows the internal stereo phono pre-amp to be bypassed
when the turntable is used with equipment having
magnetic phono inputs.
USB OUTPUT
Use this output to connect your turntable to the USB input of
your computer. Please see included software guide for
instructions.
USB
PHONO LINE
Initial Setup
Unpacking
Carefully unpack the turntable and verify that the following parts are
included and intact:
• Slip mat (above the dust cover)
• Dust cover (above the turntable)
• Platter (under the turntable)
• Dust cover hinges (accessory section of the
foam packaging)
• 45 RPM adapter (accessory section)
• Counterweight (accessory section)
• Headshell with pre-mounted cartridge
(accessory section)
• Power cord (accessory section)
• USB cable
• Dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm (1/8') mini-plug (male)
stereo adapter cable
• Dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug (female)
stereo adapter cable
• Audacity software (CD)
When using the turntable with a computer sound card, set the switch
to LINE OUT and connect the turntable to the audio line input on the
computer sound card. Note: An audio adapter (not included) may be
required to interface the two RCA jacks of the turntable output cable to
the computer sound card input.
Assembling the Tone Arm
(Note: The headshell and cartridge are supplied pre-assembled with the
AT-LP120-USB.l
1.
Remove the vinyl tie used to secure the tone arm during
shipment. Temporarily secure the tone arm in the tone arm
rest with the locking clamp. [Figure 2, page 4, #23.]
2.
Attach the headshell assembly by inserting it into the
socket at the front of the tone arm [See Figure 5.J (It's
good practice always to hold a headshell assembly by the
left and right edges of the headshell to reduce the
possibility of damaging the stylus or disrupting the
cartridge wiring.)
3.
While holding the headshell in position, rotate the
headshell locking ring counter-clockwise (to the left).
As the ring turns, it pulls the headshell into its seated
position. (Rotate the ring a full turn to the right to permit
removal of the headshell.l
4.
With its black dial toward the front, use a screwing motion
to attach the counterweight to the arm extending back
from the tone arm pivot [Figure 2, page 4, #271; the
counterweight will engage the spiral groove in the rear arm
section and move forward.
WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU SAVE ALL PACKAGING
MATERIALS FOR POSSIBLE FUTURE STORAGE, MOVING OR
SHIPPING.
Assembling the Turntable
The AT-LP120-USB requires some assembly before first use.
IMPORTANT: Do not connect the AC power cord until assembly is
complete.
Setting the Voltage Selector Switch
This turntable has the capability to be used with either 115V or 230V
AC power, 60/50 Hz. The voltage selector switch is located on the
top of the housing deck, under the platter. Set the switch according
to the voltage in your area. [See Figure 4.J (Note: The turntable comes
shipped with the voltage selector switch set for 115V AC.)
Figure 5 - Headshell
Figure 4 - Voltage Switch
Assembling the Turntable Platter and Slip Mat
1.
Carefully place the turntable platter on the center spindle,
making certain the platter is fully seated on the spindle.
[See Figure 6.J
Voltage
switch
2.
Place the soft black slip mat on top of the platter.
Figure 6 - Platter and Slip Mat
Setting the Pre-amp Selector Switch
For increased flexibility of use, this turntable has an internal stereo
phono pre-amplifier. The pre-amp selector switch located in the rearpanel of the turntable [See Figure 3, page 4, #29], selects the internal
stereo pre-amplifier (LINE OUT), or bypasses the pre-amp (PHONO OUT)
for use with systems having specialized magnetic phono input jacks. The
audio output cable's Red RCA-type plug is the Right channel; the White
plug is the Left channel.
If the system you are using has a PHONO input, set the pre-amp
selector switch to the PHONO OUT position and connect the
turntable's output cables to the PHONO inputs on your system,
observing Red for Right channel and White for Left channel.
If your system does not have a PHONO (magnetic phono) input, set the
pre-amp selector switch to LINE OUT and connect the turntable's output
cables to the Auxiliary (AUX) or other high-level inputs on your system,
observing Red for Right channel and White for Left channel.
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Initial Setup (continued)
Assembling the Dust Cover
1.
Insert the T-shaped ends of the dust cover hinges into the two
hinge receptacles located at the back of the turntable housing.
When properly installed, the flat part of the cover hinges should be
facing away from the turntable housing at about a 45 0 angle.
2.
3.
Holding the dust cover over the turntable, carefully guide the cover
hinges into the two slots molded into the rear of the dust cover.
The springs in the hinges allow the cover to be held open at about
a 45 0 angle if desired. (Note: There is only one "open" position;
the hinges do NOT permit the cover to stand "straight up.")
To remove the dust cover from the turntable, gently disengage the
hinges from the slots in the cover. This is usually easier when the
cover is in the "closed" position. Slowly and carefully lift straight
up until the cover is clear of the unit. The hinges may then be
removed from the turntable base, if desired.
Setting Tone Arm Balance and Tracking Force
To allow the cartridge to properly track in a record, the tone arm
balance and tracking force must be carefully set to the cartridge
manufacturer's specifications. Failure to properly set up the tone arm
assembly can cause damage to the cartridge stylus and/or records.
(Note: Once the stylus protective cover has been removed and the tone
arm locking clamp has been released, take extreme care not to damage
the stylus. Do not allow it to drag or scrape across the slip mat.)
Tone Arm Setup:
1.
Set the anti-skate adjustment to "0". [Figure 2, page 4, #26.]
2.
Remove the clear protective stylus cover, carefully sliding it
straight forward, off the front of the cartridge.
3.
While gently holding the headshell to stabilize the tone arm,
release the tone arm locking clamp. At this point, the tone arm is
unbalanced and free to swing.
4.
While gently holding the headshell, carefully rotate the
counterweight until the tone arm is horizontally balanced and
hovers freely just above the platter without touching the platter
surface.
5.
Lock the tone arm back into the tone arm rest.
6.
While holding the counterweight steady, and without any rotation,
carefully rotate only the black stylus force gauge ring (which turns
independently of the counterweight) until the "a" on the gauge ring
lines up with the centerline marked along the top of the rear arm.
7.
Refer to the cartridge manufacturer's specifications for
recommended tracking force. Rotate the entire counter-weight
counterclockwise without touching the black gauge ring, moving
the counterweight forward, until the desired value on gauge ring
lines up with the centerline marked on the rear arm. Refer to the
specifications section for tracking force value for the cartridge that
shipped with the turntable.
Setting Anti-skate
A small inward "anti-skating" force can be applied to the tone arm
to compensate for outward forces resulting from cartridge/ tone
arm interaction with the record. For best performance during normal
turntable use, set the anti-skate control knob [Figure 2, page 4, #26] to
the same setting as the tracking force dial. Refer to the specifications
section for tracking force value of the cartridge that shipped with the
turntable.
In case of substantial use of back-cueing, scratching or reverse-direction
operation, you may prefer to use less, or no, anti-skate compensation.
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Setting Tone Arm Assembly Height
The tone arm assembly height adjustment allows for the tone arm
to be positioned parallel to the record surface, when using extra-tall
cartridge bodies, thick slip mats or thick records (i.e. old 78's). To raise
or lower the tone arm assembly: First, loosen the height lock [Figure 2,
page 4, #281; then rotate the height adjust dial [Figure 2, page 4, #211
located at the base of the tone arm assembly. The scale is calibrated in
millimeters (mm). When finished, tighten the height lock to secure the
adjustment.
Connections
Audio
Connect the audio output cable to the appropriate input jacks on your
mixer, amplifier, soundcard or other device based on the setting of the
pre-amp selector switch. Firmly connect the Red RCA-type plug to the
right channel input and the White RCA-type plug to the left channel
input. (Note: Adapter plugs might be required to connect the turntable
to computer sound cards and other devices.)
Connecting to Computers with USB Input
The USB cable (included) connects your AT-LP120-USB turntable to
your computer without need for special drivers. Refer to included
software guide (also available online at www.audio-technica.com)
before connecting the turntable to your computer.
Connecting to Computers or Audio Devices with 3.5 mm Input
The AT-LP120-USB connects without adapters to devices equipped with
RCA connectors. For maximum flexibility, we have included two adapter
cables to fit other popular audio inputs.
The first of these adapter cables - dual RCA to stereo 3.5 mm mini-plug
(male) - is designed to fit most popular computer* audio inputs. It may
also be used to connect the turntable's RCA output to other equipment,
including:
• a stereo/boombox* equipped with a 3.5 mm minijack
• input powered speakers* equipped with a 3.5 mm minijack
• input a mixer* or PA system* equipped with a 3.5 mm minijack
The second included adapter cable - dual RCA to stereo 3.5 mm miniplug (female) - permits connection of the turntable output to amplified
speakers* or similar devices. The 3.5 mm stereo minijack on the cable
adapter accepts stereo mini-plugs.
To use either adapter cable, connect the turntable's red and white RCAtype plugs to the cable adapter's RCA-type jacks.
* When using either cable adapter, always set the AT-LP120-USB
turntable's Pre-amp Selector Switch to the "LINE" position.
(Switch is located on the back of the turntable.)
NOTE: If connection is desired to a mono amplifier/speaker, make
certain to use a stereo-to-mono adapter, available from your dealer or
an electronic parts store. Inserting a mono plug in the stereo jack will
disable one of the stereo channels. Other adapter cable configurations
will be available from dealers and parts stores for connecting to devices
needing different terminations.
Finally, after all other connections are made, attach the included AC
power cord to the turntable; note that the small connector only goes
in one way. Then connect the power cord's plug to a convenient AC
outlet.
Operation
For best results, do not install or operate this unit near conditions of
heat, moisture, dust, or heavy vibrations. (Note: Bright fluorescent lights
may affect the visibility of the speed-indicating strobe dots. If this is a
problem, simply cover the area with your hand, an album cover, etc.)
Preparing to Play
1.
Remove the stylus guard from the stylus assembly and unlock the
tone arm rest if it is locked.
2.
Turn the power dial to the ON position. The speed selector and
strobe illuminator will light up.
3.
If desired, push the stylus target light button to raise and turn on
the light for illumination of the stylus tip position on the record.
4.
Place a record on the slip mat, lining up its center hole with the
center spindle. For 45 RPM records, place the 45 RPM adapter on
the center spindle before placing the record on the platter.
5.
Checking and Adjusting Pitch
1.
If desired, select a +/- 10% or +/- 20% pitch adjustment range by
pressing the pitch button. Then move the pitch adjust slide control
up or down to make pitch adjustments. (Note: The pitch adjust
slide control has center detent position for 0% pitch variation.)
2.
33
60Hz
3.
If the quartz speed lock button is pressed, the internal quartz lock
will hold the platter at precise rated speed regardless of the
position of the pitch adjust slide control. (Note: The LED indicator
to the left of the pitch adjust slide control's center position will
illuminate GREEN when the quartz lock is active and RED when
variable pitch is active.)
4.
If desired, press the direction button to reverse the rotation of the
platter. The appropriate direction LED will illuminate.
Playing the Record
Press the start/stop button; the platter begins to rotate.
2.
Raise the tone arm by lifting the tone arm lift control lever to the
UP position.
3.
Position the tone arm over the desired location (groove) on
the record.
4.
Lower the tone arm by moving the tone arm lift control lever to
the DOWN position. The tone arm descends slowly onto the
record and play begins.
Suspending or Ending Play
1.
To suspend play, lift the tone arm with the cueing lever.
2.
When play is finished, raise the cueing lever, move the tone arm
to the rest position and secure the tone arm with the tone arm
locking clamp.
3.
If using the stylus target light, turn it off by pushing the
light down.
4.
Press the start/stop button to apply the brake and stop the
platter rotation.
5.
Turn the power dial to the OFF position.
- orUse the finger-lift on the headshell assembly to position the tone
arm over the desired location on the record. Carefully lower the
tone arm to the record surface.
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Set the platter rotation speed (33/45/78) to match that of the
record. (Note: To set the platter speed for 78 RPM, push both the
33 and 45 RPM buttons simultaneously.)
1.
As illuminated by the red light coming from beneath the power
dial. observe the strobe dots on the edge of the platter. If the
appropriate row of strobe dots appears to be stationary, the platter
is moving at the precise rated speed. If the dots appear to be
moving to the right, the platter is moving below rated speed; if
they appear to be moving to the left, the platter is moving above
rated speed.
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Replacing the Stylus
Replacing the Stylus
The AT-LP12Q-USB comes supplied with a high-quality Audio-Technica
ATP-2 cartridge. The stylus should be replaced with a genuine
Audio-Technica ATP-N2 stylus.
1.
Release the headshell assembly from the tone arm by turning the
locking ring clockwise.
2.
Carefully remove the headshell assembly and turn it over so the
stylus is visible.
3.
Remove the stylus assembly by pulling it away from the cartridge
body at a slight angle. [See Figure 7.1
4.
Remove the replacement stylus from its package and carefully
align it with the cartridge body.
5.
Gently push the stylus onto the cartridge body, being careful not to
damage the stylus. The stylus assembly should click into place.
6.
Replace the headshell assembly on the tone arm and secure with
the locking ring.
Figure 7 - Removing the Stylus
Replacing the Cartridge
Mechanical Assembly
1. To replace the cartridge, first release the headshell assembly from
the tone arm by turning the locking ring clockwise. Carefully
remove the headshell assembly and turn it over so that the stylus
is visible. Remove the stylus assembly by pulling it away from the
cartridge body at a slight angle. [See Figure 7.1 Place the stylus
assembly out of harm's way.
2.
Remove the cartridge body by loosening the two small screws
securing the cartridge to the headshell. Set the hardware aside to
be reused with the new cartridge.
3.
Unpack the new cartridge and carefully remove its stylus
assembly. Place the stylus assembly out of harm's way. Mount
the new cartridge to the headshell assembly. Use the mounting
hardware supplied with the new cartridge or the existing hardware
removed at step 2. Tighten the mounting screws until just snug.
Replace the stylus assembly briefly to check for mechanical
interference with the mounting hardware. The stylus assembly
should click into place. Make certain the new cartridge is properly
positioned in the headcase assembly per the manufacturer's
instructions. Again remove the stylus assembly for safekeeping.
Electrical Connections
1.
Four terminals at the rear of the cartridge are color coded to match
standard wiring in stereo tone arms. [See Figure 8.1 Connect the
cartridge with the slip-on lugs provided on the headshell wiring.
NEVER SOLDER TO CARTRIDGE TERMINALS! Heat applied to
the terminals will damage the internal cartridge wiring.
2.
For monaural operation, the left and right signal leads should be
connected to the monaural output terminal and the left and right
ground leads should be connected to the ground terminal.
3.
Finally, gently push the stylus onto the cartridge body being
careful not to damage the stylus. The stylus assembly should click
into place. Replace the headshell assembly onto the tone arm
taking care not to damage the stylus assembly.
(Note: After replacing the cartridge, reset the tone arm balance, stylus
force and anti-skate based on the new cartridge's specifications.)
Figure 8 - Electrical Connections
Left Output
(White)
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Troubleshooting
Turntable operates but emits no sound or not enough sound.
1.
The stylus guard is still in place. Remove the stylus guard.
2.
The tone arm is in the lift position. Lower the tone arm.
3.
Mixer/amplifier (system) controls are set incorrectly: wrong input
selected, tape monitor on, speakers switched off, etc. Verify
proper control settings.
Record sounds too fast or too slow.
1.
Turntable is set for wrong speed. Make proper speed selection for
record type being played with platter speed buttons.
2.
4.
Stylus is broken or missing. Check the stylus assembly and
replace if necessary.
5.
The stylus assembly may not be fully seated in the cartridge body.
Check the cartridge and adjust if necessary.
6.
The pre-amp selector switch is set in the wrong position. Verify
that it is set for proper output to match mixer/amplifier.
No sound/very weak sound: Phono Out setting into an
Aux/Line input.
- Very loud/distorted sound: Line Out setting into a
Phono input.
Moving pitch adjust slider produces no effect.
If the LED next to the pitch adjust slider center detent position remains
green when the slider is moved, quartz lock is engaged. Depress the
quartz button to disengage the quartz lock and activate variable pitch.
The LED should turn RED.
Strobe dots are difficult to see and/or stylus illuminator is very
dim.
1.
Excessively bright or fluorescent light interferes with strobe
indicator. Hold hand, record jacket, etc. over strobe indicator to
shield it from bright light.
2.
Voltage selector switch is set for 230V when AC mains are 115V.
Disconnect AC power cord and reset the voltage selector switch
located under the platter. (Note: Even with the voltage selector
set for 230V when AC mains are 115V, the quartz lock will bring
the platter up to proper speed.)
Turntable operates but stylus "skips" across record.
1.
The stylus guard is still in place. Remove the stylus guard.
2.
The tracking force is set too light. Set tracking force per cartridge
manufacturer's recommendation.
3.
The tracking force is set too heavy (stylus assembly is bottoming
out on record). Set tracking force per cartridge manufacturer's
recommendation.
4.
The anti-skate control is set improperly. Verify anti-skate is set for
same value as cartridge tracking force.
5
Turntable is picking up excessive vibrations from floor, walls, or
nearby speakers. Reduce vibrations or place turntable on ~turdy/
solid surface.
Variable pitch is engaged. Depress quartz button or return pitch
adjust slider to center detent position to engage quartz lock.
Tips For Better Performance
•
When opening or closing the turntable cover, handle it gently,
moving it either at the center or equally from both sides.
•
Never apply harsh chemicals or solvents to any part of the
turntable system.
•
Do not touch the stylus tip with your fingers; avoid bumping
the stylus on the turntable mat or a record's edge.
•
Prior to moving the turntable, always unplug it from the AC
outlet and lock the tone arm on the tone arm rest.
•
Clean the stylus tip frequently, using a soft brush and a backto-front motion.
•
If you use a stylus cleaning fluid, use it sparingly.
•
Wipe the dust cover and turntable housing gently with a soft
cloth. Use only a small amount of mild detergent solution to
clean the turntable and dust cover.
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Specifications
Turntable Specifications
Type
Motor
Drive method
Speeds
Pitch variation
Turntable platter
Starting torque
Braking system
Wow and flutter
Signal-ta-noise ratio
Output level
Pre-amp "PHONO"
Pre-amp "LINE"
Phono pre-amp gain
USB function
AID, D/A
Computer interface
Power supply
requirements
Power consumption
Dimensions
Weight
Accessories included
Replacement stylus
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3-Speed, fully manual operation
DC motor
Direct drive
33-1/3 RPM, 45 RPM, 78 RPM
+/- 10% or +/- 20%
Die-cast aluminum
>1.6 kgf.cm
Electronic brake
< 0.2% WRMS (33 RPM)
> 50 dB
2.5 mV nominal at 1 kHz, 5 em/sec
150 mV nominal at 1 kHz, 5 em/sec
36 dB nominal. RIM equalized
16 bit 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz USB selectable
USB 1.1 Compliant Windows XP, Vista or
MAC OSX
115/230V AC, 60/50 Hz
llW
450.0 mm (17.72") W x 352,0 mm
(13.86") 0 x 157.0 mm (6.1') H
10.7 kg (23.5 Ibs.)
Headshell/cartridge (ATP-2); AC line cord;
dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm ('/8) miniplug (male) stereo adapter cable; dual
RCA (female) to 3,5 mm ('/8) mini-plug
(female) stereo adapter cable; 45 RPM
adapter; USB cable; recording software
ATP-N2
Cartridge Specifications (ATP-2)
Frequency response
Channel separation
Vertical tracking force
Stylus construction
Output
Channel balance
Stylus shape
Cantilever
Mount
t
15 - 22,000 Hz
23/17 (dB at 1 kHz/1 0 kHz)
3,0 - 5.0 grams
Bonded round shank
5,3 mV at 1 kHz, 5 em/sec
1,5 dB
0.4 x 0,7 mil elliptical
Alloy tube
Half-inch
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Audio-Technica AT-LP60-USB & AT-LP120-USB Turntables
Software Guide
Pages 2-15
Tourne-disques USB Audio-Technica
Guide /ogicie/
Pages 16-21
Tocadiscos USB de Audio-Technica
Gufa de software
Paginas 22-27
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Audio-Technica USB Turntables
A note about software
Contents
Your Audio-Technica AT-LP60-USB or AT-LP120-USB turntable is supplied with Audacity
recording software for your convenience. Please note that other third-party recording
software packages are also compatible with this turntable.
Installing Audacity software for Mac OSX and above
2
2
3
Setting up your Mac (OSX and above) to work with your USB Turntable
4
Additional Mac audio settings
6
7
Audacity is free software, distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPl). More
information and open source code is on the included Audacity CD and on the Audacity
web site: http://audacity.sourceforge.net
A note about software
System requirements
Installing Audacity software for PC
Setting up your PC (with Windows XP) to work with your USB Turntable
8
Setting up your PC (with Windows Vista) to work with your USB Turntable
11
System Requirements
PC or Mac with an available USB port (USB 1.1 or higher)
Setting up your PC to work with Audacity
13
Recording albums with Audacity
15
To learn more about Audacity
15
CD-R or CD-RW writer for burning CDs & installation
Audacity requires:
Mac running OSX or above or
PC running Windows (XP and above)
Mac is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
2
Installing Audacity software for MAC OSX and above
1. Before installing software, assemble the turntable, following directions in the
5. Turn your computer on.
included Owners Manual.
6. Insert the included Audacity CD in your Mac's CD drive. Open the CD icon on your
desktop. Drag the installation folder for Audacity to your applications folder.
When the files have been copied, eject the CD.
2. Plug the AC cord on your turntable into an AC power outlet.
3. Next, use the included USB cable to connect the turntable to your Mac's USB port.
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RCA
\
4. If you have external self-powered speakers, make certain they are plugged into
your computer's audio input or into the line-out RCA plugs of the USB turntable, and
that the Phono/Line switch on your turntable is switched to Line. (Audacity offers
a software play-through feature that allows you to listen to the album through your
computer while recording, even if you don't have external speakers.) If your computer
has a headphone output, you can choose to monitor your recording with headphones.
Typical connection for: Speakers with
RCA inputs
Speakers with 3.5 mm
____
~----..
stereo input
o
Cables
Red to Red
White to White
(using
adapter cable)
_ _ _ Included adapter cable (RCA
to 3.5 mm stereo male)
-
3
Setting up your MAC (OSX and above) to work with your USB Turntable
1. Open the Audacity program.
2. Select Preferences from the Audacity menu.
Audacity
File
Edit
3. Select Audio I/O tab at the top left.
• Under Playback, Device, select Built-in Audio.
• Under Recording, Device, select USB Audio CODEC.
• Under Recording, Channels, select 2 (Stereo).
• Check the box marked Software Playthrough.
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Setting up your MAC (OSX and above) to work with your USB Turntable
5. Next, from the main Audacity window, select the drop-down box (arrow pointing
down) next to the microphone at the right side of your screen.
• If you don't see the drop-down box or the microphone pictured below, return
to Preferences Menu (see step 2, page 17). Select the Interface tab. Check
Enable Meter Toolbar. This will allow you to see the microphone with the
drop-down box on your main screen.
4. Next, select Quality tab at the top.
• Default Sample Rate: 44100 Hz.
• Default Sample Format: 16-bit.
• Real-time sample rate converter: Fast Sinc Interpolation.
• High-quality sample rate converter: High-quality Sinc Interpolation.
• Real-time dither: None.
• High-quality dither: Triangle.
• Select OK to save settings and exit Preferences menu.
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this setting every time you launch Audacity. The other settings selected above will
be saved when you exit the program.
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5
Additional MAC audio settings
We have set the Audacity playback and record settings. Now it's time to set the
separate Macintosh audio playback and record settings.
1. Go to Applications> Utilities> then select and open Audio MIDI Setup.
2. In the Audio Midi window under the tab Audio Devices, select the following:
• Under System Settings, Default Input, select USB Audio CODEC.
• Under System Settings, Properties For, select USB Audio CODEC.
• Under Default output, select Built-in Audio, or Built-in Output.
• For System output, select Built-in Audio.
This will allow other programs (in addition to Audacity) to use your Mac's internal sound
card for audio output.
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Installing Audacity software for PC
1. Before installing software, assemble the turntable, following directions in the
included Owners Manual.
5. Turn your computer on.
6. Insert the included Audacity CD. An Audacity window will appear. Click Audacity
Setup icon to install. Follow the directions on the pop-up windows to install
the software.
2. Plug the AC cord on your turntable into an AC power outlet.
3. Next, use the included USB cable to connect the turntable to your PC's USB port.
7. Re-start your computer.
4. If you have external self-powered speakers, make certain they are plugged into
your computer's audio input or into the line-out RCA plugs of the USB turntable, and
that the Phono/Line switch on your turntable is switched to Line. (Audacity offers
a software play-through feature that allows you to listen to the album through your
computer while recording, even if you don't have external speakers.) If your computer
has a headphone output, you can choose to monitor your recording with headphones.
Typical connection for: Speakers with
RCA inputs
Speakers with 3.5 mm
stereo input
(using
adapter cable)
Cables
Red to Red
White to White
-
Included adapter cable (RCA
to 3.5 mm stereo male)
7
Setting up your PC (with Windows XP) to work with your USB Turntable
1. Close programs operating on your computer.
• Select (double-click) Sounds and Audio Devices.
2. Start menu> Control Panel> Sounds and Audio Devices
• Begin at your Start menu. Select Control Panel.
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Volume
Sounds
Audio
Voice
Hardware
4. Select the Voice tab.
• In the Voice playback area of the window, select your computer's internal
sound card (not USB Audio CO DEC; not Microsoft Sound Mapper).
• In the Voice recording area of the window, select USB Audio CODEC. Click Apply.
NOTE: If the "USB Audio CODEC" option does not appear, check the USB
cable to ensure it is properly connected to the USB port.
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speaker volume and other seltings.
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9
Setting up your PC (with Windows XP) to work with your USB Turntable
5. Next, select the Audio tab.
• In the Sound playback area of the window, select your computer's internal
sound card.
• In the Sound recording area of the window, select USB Audio CODEC.
• Check the following box: Use only default devices.
• Click Apply; then click OK.
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Setting up your PC (with Windows Vista) to work with your USB Turntable
1. Start menu> Control Panel> Sound.
Begin at your Start menu. Select Control Panel (classic view).
2. Select (double-click) Sound.
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Name
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Hardware and Sound
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• Problem Reports and Solutions
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~ Scanners and (ameras
fJ Security Center
~ SigmaTel Audio
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3. Select the Recording tab. Make sure that the USB Audio CODEC is set as the
default recording device. (You should see a green check mark beside USB Audio
CODEC.)
NOTE: If the" USB Audio CODEC" option does not appear. check the USB cable
to ensure it is properly connected to the USB port.
Playback
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System and Maintenance
Network lind Internet; Security
System and Maintenance
Add;tionalOptions
Hardware and Sound
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Network and Internet
Netv.:ork and Internet
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11
Setting up your PC (with Windows Vista) to work with your USB Turntable
4. Select the Playback tab. Select your internal sound card speakers (these are
usually the first listed).
5. Click Apply; then click OK.
6. Close your Control Panel.
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Setting up your PC to work with Audacity
1. Launch the Audacity program from your Start menu.
2. Select Preference from the Edit tab in the Audacity Menu.
3. Select Audio I/O tab at the top left.
• Under Playback, Device, select your internal sound card.
• Under Recording, Device, select USB Audio CODEC.
• Under Recording, Channels, select 2 (Stereo).
• Check the box marked Software Playthrough.
Audacity Preferences
Auc:io I/O
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13
Setting up your PC to work with Audacity
5. Next, from the main Audacity window, select the drop-down box (arrow
4. Next, select Quality tab at the top.
• Default Sample Rate: 44100 Hz.
• Default Sample Format: 16-bit.
• Real-time sample rate converter: Fast Sine Interpolation.
• High-quality sample rate converter: High-quality Sine Interpolation.
• Real-time dither: None.
• High-quality dither: Triangle.
• Select OK to save settings and exit Preferences menu.
pointing down) next to the microphone near the middle of your screen.
• If you don't see the drop-down box or the microphone pictured above, return
to Preferences Menu (see step 2, page 21). Select the Interface tab. Check
Enable Meter Toolbar. This will allow you to see the microphone with the
drop-down box on your main screen.
• Select Monitor Input from the drop-down menu. NOTE: You will need to
select this setting every time you launch Audacity. The other settings selected
above will be saved when you exit the program.
Audacity Preferences
Audio I/O
IFile FOIlT\!lts I SpectlogrlllT\S I Directories llnterfllce I KeybOllrd I Mouse I
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14
OK
Recording Albums with Audacity
To get started with Audacity, follow the instructions below. For in-depth information
on recording and saving projects, please visit the on-line Audacity manual at http://
audacity.sourceforge.netl manual-1.2Iindex.html
1. Saving a project
• Audacity writes all the changed and recorded audio to a directory called
Projectname_data, which is located right where you saved the project
file itself.
• Thus, select Save project as from your Audacity File tab and choose a
location and filename for your project.
• Please note that when you startup Audacity fresh, only the "Save As.....
menu option is available.
2. How to record
• Set your USB turntable up to play the song or album you want to record.
• CIi,k
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I ~J
to begio te'mdiog
• Lower tone arm on USB turntable onto album and track you want to record.
• Click on the blue Pause button
again to continue.
• CIi,k
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the yellow Stop bettoo.
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to pause the recording. Press it
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That's it. You can now play around with your recording and explore the editing
capabilities of Audacity. Remember that you can use the Undo function almost
without limits while the project is open.
Recent Flies...
NOTE: CD's cannot be burned directly from the Audacity application. Other CD
burning applications should be used.
Expo rt As WAV ...
Export Selectio ,As WAV .. ,
To learn more about Audacity
Export As MP3 ...
Export Selection As MP3 ...
For in-depth information on recording and saving projects, please visit the on-line
Audacity manual at http://audacity.sourceforge.net/manual-1.2/index.html
Export As 099 Vorbis ...
Export Selection As 099 Va bis ...
Export Labels ...
Export Multiple."
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