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At 08:05 PM 1/27/2004 +0100, George Brock-Nannestad wrote:
>From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad

>to buy the REAL record cleaning machine designed for archival
> > use... the Keith Monks "Archivist" Record Cleaning Machine.
> >
> > I will be showing and demonstrating the Keith Monks RCM at the upcoming
> > ARSC/SAM conference in Cleveland March 10th through 14th.  If you are
> > thinking about buying a record cleaning machine, you need to see this
> even if
> > if you look at nothing else.
>
>
>----- we only need the respective prices, and then we have a real comparative
>advertisement

There is a classic tradeoff here among cost, quality, and convenience. The
Nitty-Gritty is definitely at the bottom on all counts, but I could not
justify more than that for my requirements. I have no doubt that the
Library of Congress has different requirements and constraints and that
their choice would therefore be likely to differ from mine - and perhaps
from that of Graham Newton who asked originally.

In my experience, one size very rarely fits all.


Mike
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