• Videos On YouTube

  • Vinyl Revinyl Topics

  • Sound Quality

    « Previous Entries

    Clean Your Vinyl With…Glue??

    Sunday, March 28th, 2010

    Today has been one of those days where I haven’t really done anything except browse the web. Of course, in my conquests of the internets, I came across a very interesting idea…cleaning your vinyl records with wood glue.

    Music Lovers vs. Audio Lovers

    Sunday, February 7th, 2010

    Having a website about vinyl records, I occasionally attract folks from the audiophile crowd. Of course, this is great. When it comes to musical formats, audiophiles know where it’s at (vinyl, duh!). Of course, there also seem to be a big group of audiophiles who don’t seem to care that much about music. They just […]

    How I Got Interested in Vinyl

    Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

    OK, for those of you who are new here, and don’t know much about me, I am not from the era of vinyl records. I was born in 1980, and sure, at that time, vinyl was the preferred playback medium, but I never really had much interest in listening to music until I was about […]

    The (Real) Secrets To Awesome Sound…

    Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

    You know how live music seems to hit you on a deeper level than recorded music that is played back? Why is this? Well, there are a few things at work here. First of all, live music has real, live people playing music. These performers are part of the experience. Because they are usually energetic […]

    Cleaning Your Stylus (Needle): An Essential Turntable Maintenance Practice

    Friday, November 21st, 2008

    Here’s a reality about the nature of vinyl records: As the stylus runs through the grooves of the record, static electricity is generated. This static electricity attracts dust and debris to the record. The moisture in the air, mixed with oils on your hand when you handle the record mix with the dust and debris, […]

    45 RPM Vinyl LPs: Do They Sound Better?

    Monday, November 10th, 2008

    When most people think of 45 RPM records, they think of the small records often used for jukeboxes and singles. While it’s true that many 45’s released are singles, there are also 45 RPM LPs out there. These records play at a faster speed than the usual 33 RPMs of a standard LP, and because […]

    « Previous Entries