This Audio-Technica AT-LP120XUSB review is about an inexpensive but exciting deck. In fact, it is a replacement for the original AT-LP120USB, released in 2009, which has already gained advanced positions among audiophiles. The new version can suit even professional DJs, but for home audio, some additional features will pleasantly surprise you.
Nowadays, Internet commerce is no wonder, and you may need to ship vinyl records by mail. Or maybe you are making a gift for a friend who is far away from you? Anyway, in this article, I’ll tell you how to package your records properly, what materials to use, and which shipping service to contact to make sure everything goes smoothly.
There’s probably no person who doesn’t know about the popularity of vinyl these days. Just like turntables, old records have burst into modern life, shaking off years of non-existence. Whether you are an audiophile or not, you may find yourself in possession of a treasure trove of valuable vinyl records that you got as “junk” from your parents or grandparents.
When your record is out of order, no matter the reason, don’t rush to throw it away. Instead, your old friend can serve you in another way! To do that, you need to learn how to cut vinyl records, what precautions to take, what tools you need, and what you can create from them.
To become a true audiophile, you must understand all the details, including the vinyl record size chart. Would you agree? There are three sizes of records and three speeds of rotation during operation, and the former is not necessarily related to the latter. In this article, I’ll detail these types and explain the difference between them, which will help you further when choosing both records and turntables.
Proper handling of records is a major task that many vinyl turntable owners pay little attention to. I will tell you why it is so important, how to hold vinyl records, and how to store them in this article. It’s not time-consuming or difficult, but you will have to learn simple rules to make your collection last.