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1. Investing money in Vinyl Record


Symbolizing the most basic vinyl enjoyment, most common vinyl record – designs that have been around for a long time – are often shielded by plastic protection frames and speakers. However, in order to feel the full performance of the warm and lively performance, LP players need to invest in the respective system levels.

With mid-range turntable, the obvious improvement is no longer equipped with loudspeaker, instead will be paired with removable speakers. In addition, because the majority of record players do not have enough capacity to download speakers, the support of the pre-amp phono plays an essential role. On the other hand, once lost in the “hi-end enthusiast society”, everyone understands the importance of each element of the popular LP system – typically: platter, tonearm and some other factors.

In general, boldly “withdrawing a purse” means opening up the opportunity to touch closer to the quality of great entertainment, though always be alert in spending for hi-end play that “has no stops” .

2. Hand Adjustment vs. Automatic Adjustment

Audiophiles can optionally adjust the manual mode (Manual) or automatically adjust (Automatic) when “buy” yourself a rotating disc tray. This, more accurately, involves installing and replacing the needle head (cartridge). Accordingly, with automatic system, full operation is performed by only a button. Otherwise, the user picks up and hangs his hand on LP according to a certain position.

Most mid-range turntable and high-end integrated manual correction. Even so, don’t be too bothered because it’s easy to learn this technique.

3. The Rotating Speed

Most records rotate with 1 of 2 standard speeds, calculated in RPM. Accordingly, vinyl 17.78 cm (aka singles) dial 45 turns per minute, while 30 cm records (also known as albums & Eps), turn 33 rpm. Note that all disc wheels support these two rotation speeds.

4. “Digitize” Analog Signal Discs (Analog Records)

After all, the music lovers need to consider choosing to buy a fully analog signal processing player combined with an analog to digial converter or a built-in USB turntable to “digitize” vinyl music sources. This port also allows fast, convenient and accurate copying of music to MP3.