Hello Everyone, I would like to rip a big part of my vinyl collection. But I would like to do it the best way it is possible to. First of all I will clean my Vinyl with an ultrasonic cleaner, i just test that this week end and it is just astonishing... Then is the process to record all that the best way I could! (money is the key here) I will need to buy a good turntable with good Cartridge. I think about clearaudio MM concept, that will be upgrade later with an Hana EL EC Cartridge. This will be conected to a M2 Tech Joplin MK2 converter wich can convert analog signal into 32 bits / 384 kHz through USB. It also has some filter wich can modify equalisation, as before RIAA equalisation standard, every record company use a differnet one, more than 20 of them are already sets in this converter.. Then I would record it on my computer with Audacity... (here i am not really sure) ... is audacity recorder good enough?, do i need a better computer soundcard? Maybe i should use an external audio recorder before importing it to Audacity . I already own a rolland R-05 recorder wich can record up to 24 bits /96 KHz. So what do you think of this, do you have any other idea, how would you do this?