Still it strikes me as a bit of a risky business - not really knowing what's in the glue and how it might react with the vinyl over the longer term; not really knowing if there is a residue or microscopic bits of glue left; not really knowing if there are impurities in the glue itself that could be left behind. I see at least two lovely and very expensive ultrasonic cleaners made for records, which gives me the itch to buy a generic ultrasonic cleaner and fabricate a record holding superstructure from plastic or wood.
I have been meaning to do some type of "backup" for my LP collection. This will help me get started. Thanks for the write up Chris! My equipment, as far as the audio end of things, is fine for this purpose.
I haven't yet invested in a better-quality sound card for my computer. For people like me who need an upgrade to the sound card in the desktop computer, there are also sound cards that seem to be more oriented to high-quality music and that get decent reviews from the enthusiast press; for example the Juli or the ASUS Xonar models. Some of these require additional power to work ie more than the bus provides so make sure your computer case and power supply will support that before you buy.
And of course the issue of Linux drivers Don, you're breakin' my heart! Your LPs are gone? How do you get up in the morning??? Just the smell is better than coffee They didn't survive one of our moves. I wish I hadn't been convinced to do that. A lot of great vinyl was sacrificed needlessly. I'll share a dirty little secret with you Oh well. Worse things have happened. Although the LP format is in the public domain, what is recorded on there may not be and you might fall foul of the law. For example, here in the UK, private copying of copyrighted material is illegal.
I might be a bit odd, but I listen to my LPs on my hi-fi - always have, always will. I wouldn't trust any of my records to wood glue or Spin Clean. I've been buying records for over 50 years and many are probably irreplaceable. Enter your e-mail to get a weekly list of new Roger Whittaker records. And we are proud of it. Your order will be shipped the same day Monday to Friday in custom made superior packaging. If you don't like it, just send it back for a full refund. Check out thousands of independent 5 star reviews about us We're always on the phone to answer questions and help with any orders, Monday through Saturday.
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