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Premium belt-driven Hi-Fi Turntable with USB, Black

Denon DP450USBBLACK

Quick Specs

  • Type: Turntables

This item has purchase restrictions.

We currently only offer this product for purchase within 150 miles of our store. Questions? Contact us for more information.

 
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Create Digital Files of Vinyl Records

Integrated USB-A output allows for one-touch recording of your favorite vinyl records onto a USB drive as MP3 or WAV format files. Play your albums on the DP-450USB or record and take them with you to enjoy trusted Denon sound wherever you go.

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Easy Setup and Operation

Takes minutes to unbox and quickly operate for novice and seasoned vinyl fans. Plug the DP-450USB into your favorite amplifier or system and immediately begin reconnecting with your vinyl collection - it's that easy.

Give your vinyl collection the precision sound it demands at home, or record via the USB output to transform cherished vinyl tracks into MP3 or WAV file formats and take them with you. With its pre-mounted MM cartridge, built-in phono preamp and carefully engineered tonearm with auto lift and playback stop, the DP-450USB plays back your entire vinyl collection in pristine quality, from vintage finds to the latest releases-all with trusted Denon sound quality.

  • Integrated USB-A output allows for one-touch recording of your favorite vinyl records onto a USB drive as MP3 or WAV format files. Play your albums on the DP-450USB or record and take them with you to enjoy trusted Denon sound wherever you go.

  • Takes minutes to unbox and quickly operate for novice and seasoned vinyl fans. Plug the DP-450USB into your favorite amplifier or system and immediately begin reconnecting with your vinyl collection-it's that easy.

  • Supports playback at 33 1/3 rpm, 45 rpm and 78 rpm. Easily play your entire vinyl collection and enjoy its full breadth-even your cherished, vintage 78s.

Motor: AC / DC No / Yes
Drive System: Belt / Direct Yes / No
Bearing: Ceramic / Metal No / Yes
Operation: Automatic / Manual No / Yes
Speed: 33-1/3 & 45 RPM Yes / Yes
Wow & flutter 0.10 % (WRMS)
Phono EQ built in (switchable) Yes
Stylus (MM / MC) Yes / No
Stylus version DSN-85
Belt Rubber Silicon Yes / No
Dust Cover Included Yes
Power Cord Built In / Removeable Yes / No
Tone Arm Style Static balanced type
Rated Output 2.5 mV / 1 kHz
Frequency Range 20 Hz - 20 kHz
S/N ratio 62dB
Rated Output Phono EQ 150 mV / 1 kHz
Frequency Range Phono EQ 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Phono (MM) In Yes
RCA Output Yes
USB Input / Output Yes / Yes
USB Functions Music Recording (Software Included)
Maximum Dimensions (W x D x H) in inches 16.2 x 13.7 x 5.2
Weight in LBS 12.4

Quick Specs


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  • Type: Turntables

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