I haven't tried it, but I'm a little skeptical. The vacuum record cleaning systems like the VPI and the Monks require a means of distributing the cleaning fluid onto the record and then rotating the record while it's being cleaned with a brush. I would not recommend doing this on a regular playback turntable since I think it would be very difficult to prevent the cleaning fluid from getting into the turntable motor and electronics. Then you'd have a mess, and possibly even a shock hazard. Liquid should be kept well away from anything that plugs into an AC outlet, unless it’s a cleaning machine specifically designed for such things. 

I also don't think it's a good idea to pull moisture into a regular household vacuum cleaner for the same reason. A wet-dry shop vac would be a different matter, of course.  

I've used a VPI HW 16.5 for years and find it to be excellent, the $699 seems quite reasonable. IMHO it does just as good a job on vinyl LPs as the Monks machine. If you need to clean 16-inch records, that's a whole different matter. 



Gary Galo
Audio Engineer Emeritus
The Crane School of Music
SUNY at Potsdam, NY 13676

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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Anyone used this gizmo?

Found this on eBay. Wonder if anyone has used it?
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