I'm wondering why you don't do it yourself? It's really not very difficult and if you have a good A/D converter (not the one in your computer) it may be better than what you can get by sending your LPs out--because of the front end. I addition you can even get rid of any pops or ticks. I've used Sonic Foundry to convert LPs to CDs. I actually used the sound card in the computer, because I really wasn't concerned about the quality for what I was doing at the time, but if I were doing it for archival purposes I would have used the A/D converter on my EAD and captured the digital directly on the computer. Then get rid of any very load pops or ticks with Sonic Foundry and burn to CD rom.
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