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Re: Superior disc cleaning technology

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Wed, 28 Jan 2004 11:09:15 -0600

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Whatever happened to that guy from California anyway? Did anyone ever figure
it out?

I believe his name was Richard.

Joe Salerno
Video Works! Is it working for you?
PO Box 273405 - Houston TX 77277-3405
http://joe.salerno.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Graham Newton" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2004 9:58 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Superior disc cleaning technology


> Richard Warren wrote:
>
> > Perhaps you missed the last go-around on the ARSC listserve about
cleaning
> > records.
> I've been on the listserv from the beginning, so I have seen all the
> exchanges, and my mind still boggles at the misinformation passed about
like
> bubblegum at a high school picnic!
>
> > Please understand that I have no bad feelings about the Keith Monks
> > machine, examples of which I've seen at work since soon after the first
> > ones were imported; it appears well made, effective, and very expensive
> > (though I have to suggest that you've come very close to outright
> > advertising, something that's supposedly a no-no on the ARSC list, in
> > stating facts about it -- but at least you acknowledge being a dealer).
> You apparently missed the fact that audio restoration is my business and I
> bought a Monks machine as a user for my restoration suite a few years ago.
>
> I was so impressed with its performance that I contacted Monks and asked
him
> for the agency for North America on the tail end of the debacle with the
> guy in California.
>
> THAT is how I became the sole supplier for the Archivist machine, coupled
> with the fact that it was designed to meet my requirements with dual
> chemistry and 16 inch record capacity.
>
> > Probably I'm just a cheap old Yankee, but I keep thinking how much fluid
> > and how many cleaning pads I could buy for the price of a machine, any
machine.
> Carry on McDuff... far be it from me to try and change a closed mind.
>
> But, if you make it to the ARSC/SAM conference, at least see the demo that
I
> will be doing... it'll be good for a laugh if nothing else!
>
>
>
>
> ... Graham Newton
>
> --
> Audio Restoration by Graham Newton, http://www.audio-restoration.com
> World class professional services applied to tape or phonograph records
for
> consumers and re-releases, featuring CEDAR's new CAMBRIDGE processes.

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