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So Which Machine is Right For You?

The most basic model we sell at Acoustic Sounds is the Model 1.0 made by Nitty Gritty. With this machine everything is done manually. The fluid is dropped on a brush and applied to the record. The LP is then flipped over and turned by hand while the vacuum does its job. While certainly effective, this method is a bit tedious. The upgraded Model 1.5 by Nitty Gritty provides rotation to the LP and is thus much easier to use than the basic model.


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Posted by Acoustic Sounds on 06/01/2002 at 3:35 PM | Categories: General -

Record Cleaning

Many Acoustic Sounds' customers have spent big money and countless hours tweaking their analog front-end, but there is one critical area that is often overlooked ­ the importance of record cleaning. The old-school regime of breaking out the walnut-handled Discwasher may have seemed like a good idea when records were $4.99 and phono cartridges were typically "thrown in" with the purchase of a turntable. But today's high performance analog software and hardware demand a more effective method of cleaning.


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Posted by Acoustic Sounds on 06/01/2002 at 3:34 PM | Categories: General -