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The only thing that comes to my mind is an optical player developed in
Switzerland (see:
http://members.chello.se/christer.hamp/phono/poliak.html). It seems to
be able to play lacquers which are otherwise unplayable due to
shrinking. On the other hand I've never seen any other reference to this
than that URL, so I don't know, whether it is commercially available or
whether it works as advertised.

Greetings,
U. Sieveking


Aaron Z Snyder schrieb:
>
> I figure that if anyone knows the definitive answer(s), it must be one or
> more of the members of this group. Is a peeling/flaking lacquer disk truly
> irreparable? Are there any optical methods of retrieving the audio
> information from these disks?