Reference: Recommended Vinyl Accessories

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GentleBender

Re: Reference: Recommended Vinyl Accessories
« Reply #80 on: 16 Nov 2015, 09:58 pm »
I sent him an email to inquire.  :scratch:

Folsom

Re: Reference: Recommended Vinyl Accessories
« Reply #81 on: 29 Aug 2016, 02:36 am »
Strobily, an App for Android. It can strobe whatever you want, only $0.99.

Well, maybe, my phone taps out at 26hz so I got a problem since I can't find strobe discs at or below 26hz.
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Re: Reference: Recommended Vinyl Accessories
« Reply #82 on: 15 Sep 2016, 12:42 pm »
Cartridge installation and adjustment kit:
http://www.k-m-a.us/collections/services/products/cartridge-installation-adjustment
I wonder how this device works? :scratch:
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BobRex

Re: Reference: Recommended Vinyl Accessories
« Reply #83 on: 15 Sep 2016, 05:34 pm »
Cartridge installation and adjustment kit:
http://www.k-m-a.us/collections/services/products/cartridge-installation-adjustment
I wonder how this device works? :scratch:

I'm assuming you're being ironic, but just in case....  This is a service, not a product per se.

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Re: Reference: Recommended Vinyl Accessories
« Reply #84 on: 15 Sep 2016, 05:56 pm »
I'm assuming you're being ironic, but just in case....  This is a service, not a product per se.
Sorry I dont figure out it was a service, hard to believe a vinyl lover could send his beloved TT that sometimes are big and heavy to Maine.

Folsom

Re: Reference: Recommended Vinyl Accessories
« Reply #85 on: 22 Sep 2016, 08:20 pm »
Did I mention lint rollers? They are my absolutely new favorite accessory. You don't use them on your vinyl, because it'll generate static. But for a long time I've wondered what to use to get off the debris that stick to my brush thing (mofi). I'd wipe it on something else clean or brush it with a clean hand a little. Then one day when I had a lint rollers handy a light bulb went off in my head! So much easier to get everything off before playing, without putting it back on!