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Top Record Player Upgrades

Introduction Usually, we think that we’ve hit jackpot when we buy the turntable we wanted, but what if we can improve the sound we already adore? Turntable upgrades are basically superior turntable parts. Since most record player parts can be replaced, this replacement often means an improvement.

Should I Repair LP Record Covers?

Introduction Most people storage their LP records in their corresponding record covers, and this is perfectly fine until these covers wear out, tear, or get destroyed in any other way. Since it’s the actual record that’s important, people often throw damaged covers away, but what if I

Record Player & Skipping Problems – Fixing The Problem

Record Players are amazing, but they sometimes malfunction, and it’s up to us to determine the best course of action when they do. Now, some people don’t bother too much – replacing an old record player is a solution too. Other people (who don’t possess handyman skills)

Lathe Cutting Your Own Records – Beginner’s Guide

What is lathe cutting and why should you consider doing it? Lathe cutting is, basically, a technique to make or modify vinyl records. A lathe is, basically, a tool that can be used in various different ways, and it will help you to produce (or modify) music

How To Use A Turntable – Operating A Crosley Record Player

Introduction – a foreword about Crosley Record Players First of all, there are tons and tons of different record players, and Crosley might be the best manufacturer in the industry of turntables. Their models are simply the best, but their series share only little of similarities between

The Bad Habits That Will Eventually Destroy Your Records

There are ways to prevent potential damage to our vinyl records, but there are also habits that really get in the way of record maintenance. Have you ever wondered “why” are some of your vinyl records defective? If you’re a person that possesses these habits, you should

Warped Records – Three Easy Methods To Fix This Problem

Introduction Vinyl records are made of plastic, and it’s quite obvious that this material can bend, break, or warp quite easily. Records may be cheap or expensive, but they have sentimental value for most owners – there are special editions, rare & limited editions, and records that