Had the opportunity to purchase several classic albums. I got "Prince 1" and Prince: "Sign of the Times" at BAM for $18. This of course meant I had to purchase a new turntable. I wound up with the Audio-Technica LP120 BT/USB. This turntable is the perfect bridge between past and present. The USB is 1.1 but that's not a deal breaker. The sound was incredible and using "Audacity" as a transition program was a cinch. The MP3 options pretty much covered the range. The higher the bitrate, the bigger the file so I had to reel myself in. Sound quality? Vinyl is still king. You have to have good gear to be able to hear the difference. Now that I can find quality classic LP's, I'll be on the lookout for them. I almost bought "Electric Ladyland" but passed. Looking for Santana 1 and 2, Eagles early stuff, James Gang, mostly what the youngins refer to as "geezer rock" and on my side of the tracks: "Funk and Jazz". You'd be surprised the classics you can find on vinyl if you keep a sharp eye out. I found myself a new hobby.. Covid can kiss my ass!!