• Inspecting Used Vinyl

    I’ve found you can get great LP’s on a budget if you’re meticulous about inspecting them. Here’s how I go about it. Pull LP’s without inspecting them. Flip and pull, flip and pull. Inspecting quality while you’re digging is strictly amateursville; it means others can’t flip the bin while you’re peeping at wax. You’ll inspect your […]

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  • Return Of The Technics SL1200

    Prologue: Due to the widespread use of CDs, turntable systems disappeared briefly from the market, but their warm sound quality is bringing them back. The direct-drive turntable invented by Technics is still highly acclaimed by audiophiles and DJs in the form of the SL-1200 Series, and there have been many requests to revive the turntable […]

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  • Does Vinyl Really Sound Better?

    Even Steve Jobs listened to vinyl… The late Apple CEO, whose iTunes Store revolutionized the music business for the online era, “listened to vinyl” at home, Neil Young said in 2012. Young, who’s now hawking his $399 high-definition PonoPlayer, has a stake in the mythologizing of studio-grade sound, but he’s not the only believer. As […]

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  • Vinyl Cleaning DIY

    A great method for cleaning used vinyl records. I discuss making your own cleaning fluid. An easy to find cleaning brush. And using your home vac and some plumbing parts to suck up all the dirt and cleaning fluid just like a professional record cleaning machine. Repost from: www.youtube.com

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