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That USB one on iwoot is a piece of junk, honestly it is.
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Here's the best way (I have made hundreds of vinyl rips)
Get a turntable with a built in pre-amp like this one;

Bush MTT 1 SILVER Turntable: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics & Photo

I have this and it's very very good for this purpose. You just connect to line in, with the pre-amp switched on (if you don't use it it's horribly quiet), and use Audacity or Audio Hijack Pro (my fave) to record.
I also use an Edirol USB interface and a seperate pre-amp, but it's not necessary, it's just my preference.
You'll be hard pushed to find a turntable that will play 78's now. Of course if you have one, you can use that!

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