With respect to your comments concerning phonograph record cleaning ...
For less money, there are audibly superior materials & methods available for cleaning phonograph records than a device based on re-using an increasingly contaminated bath & a cleaning formulation with limited ability to remove the contaminants routinely found on new & used records.
Most of us don't re-use the water we use to bathe, clean our teeth or wash our clothes & dishes. Why would it be ok for phonograph records.
On Mar 15, 2014, at 10:34 AM, Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> One other comment about this "starter" vinyl system. It will definitely produce far superior sound to vintage record-wreckers, anything sold by "Crosley" and most other catalog-sold self-contained "record players." If any listmembers or their friends/family are considering plungeing into vinyl (it'll be a deep dive before you're done, be forewarned!), I recommend the following:
> -- Tom Fine
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