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Innovative Technologies ITVS-750 The Aviator 5-In-1 Wooden Music Center
- Records Vinyl & Cassettes To Cd
- No Computer Needed
- 3-speed Turntable-(33 1/3, 45, 78 Rpm)
- Cd Player + Recorder
- Cassette Player
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Record all your old favorite music from vinyl and cassette to CD, no computer needed! The Aviator 5-in-1 Wooden Music Center by Innovative Technology also features a 3-speed turntable, CD and cassette player and AM/FM radio and plays music from your digital music device via aux input! Includes remote control.
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I initially bought this Aviator music center so that I can listen to my old vinyl records which had been locked in storage for more than 30 years. For this purpose alone, I think my purchase was worth it. The phonograph can play my LPs and 45s (45 RPM adapter is included) with such clarity, I can even hear some of the popping sounds from my old, scratched LPs. What I love about the turntable is the auto return tone arm (From what I've researched over the past year, a lot of phonographs out in the market are manual return). I don't need to worry about the needle staying on my vinyl at the end of a song as the arm will automatically revert to its holder at the end of record play. I was also pleasantly surprised that this model came with a remote, 3 extra replacement stylus needles (what a grand treat!), and a record cloth cleaner. I wasn't expecting that at all. Prior to purchasing a music center, one of the things I looked for in making the buying decision was the availability of a diamond stylus replacement needle in stores or online. I wanted to make sure that I can easily find a needle somewhere once my existing stylus flattens out.Read more ›
It is not worth the hassle to purchase this record player: the needles suck, the radio sucks, the speakers suck. It sucks.
Do yourself a favour and save up for a pricier record player. Your records will last longer, and you won't have to deal with the heartbreak of wasting money over and over again trying to preserve the atrocious quality of this useless setup.
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Read the instructions very carefully. After you record the complete record push the stop button. Then push the Cd button, then quickly push the Finalize button you will see fin---ze
just as you see this message right away, like right now, push play button, then you will see *b u s y*, appeared on the lighted screen for a few seconds,, wait and the cd tray will come open, and your CD will be finalized, and you then can play your newly recordable Cd on any CD player, and even on your car cd player, where most people like to play their Cds anyway,. I hope that this information helps all those out there, who have been having trouble trying to finalize their recordable Cds. I have seen a lot of complaints against these It music Center, but now you know what the problems are. Thanks for letting me share this with you. Hope it helps you out. CDL>>>>>>>>>>>
The Automatic track insertion doesn't seem to work that well and I have to resort to manually inserting the track numbers myself which is a pain, especially, if I am not paying attention and forget to press the button.
The tape player doesn't have it's own stop or play button. There is only one button that either gives you fast forward or ejects the cassette ..that is all it does. You have to turn the tape over to do any rewinding if you need to cue the tape. It is difficult because when you insert the tape it passes through the FF mode and forwards your tape ever so slightly. What you have to do is rewind past where you want to record,play the tape till you get to your cue point and then hit the play button while the unit is in the "record standby" mode.
I cannot comment on the turntable for recording vinyl because I don't have any records, but I have read complaints from some users.
The owners manual is difficult to navigate. It just doesn't seem to be that well organized, or written for that matter. It would be better if they had "tape cassette to CD" on one page and "Vinyl Recording to CD" on the next page, and did it in a step by step format. They seem to have mixed the modes together.
Another small example of their lack of common sense can be seen on page 3 where there's a diagram of the unit with numbers labelling each part, but then you must flip to page 4 to see the description for each number. So you have to constantly flip back and forth when they could have easily put all of the info on one page.
If you have to go to the ithomeproducts web site in order to email their Tech Support you will have to scroll down the Tech Support page until you get to "Spare Parts" (That's right, spare parts!) and click on that ...then and only then will you be able to email their Tech Support. I only found this out when I had to call their Cust. Service number and was informed by the Rep. Incidentally, if you need to email them about their sales or products you will easily find "email"...how bout that! It almost seems that once you purchase their product they really don't care to be pestered with silly questions about how their products work.
When I first got this thing I thought that it was broken until I talked to the rep. The buttons on the right side light up but the ones on the left side do not.
In addition, it would be nice if they had a bell or buzzer that would sound when the tape or CD is finished. What happenss is that the tape finishes but the CD continues to record in silence and if you are using a CD-R you can't rerecord over the silence. You end up throwing the half recorded CD out because you don't have enough room for the other half of the cassette.
In conclusion I will say that it sorta works. But I hope it doesn't fall apart right after the warrenty period is up. I am rushing to do all of the recording before that fateful moment if that gives you an idea of how confident I am with this product.
I do love my old tapes and have waited a long time to find something that will convert them to CD...even this contraption!