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A Guide to Vinyl Record Sizes

A Guide to Vinyl Record Sizes

 Origin of the Record Player None other than Thomas Edison, the most electric inventor in American history, invented the very first phonograph. This primitive listening device used the energy from a hand crank to power the turntable’s platter and create revolutions per minute. The average user could produce speeds up to 80 RPM. This proved fantastic for the purpose of sound quality potential, but the vinyl cylinders (not even disks!) could only store around five minutes worth of sound on a single side. How Does a Vinyl Work? Record players convert vibrations from the grooves on a vinyl into analog...

May 31, 2019

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5 Records Every Rock Lover Should Own

5 Records Every Rock Lover Should Own

Sales and demand for tangible products like vinyl records have been rising and outpacing digital sales the last year. Much like bookworms love the feel of a good book in their hands, with the smell of ink and paper tickling their nose, music lovers get thrills from the feel and the sound of a great vinyl record. However, vinyl albums can take up a significant amount of space, so it’s important to be selective in the albums you collect. It’s our personal belief that no self-respecting lover of rock and roll should be without these 5 rock music records. Your...

May 30, 2019

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6 Tips For Choosing the Right Victrola Record Player

6 Tips For Choosing the Right Victrola Record Player

If you’re hopping onto the vinyl train, which has been running at full speed for the last few years, then you’re going to have to buy a good turntable (also known as a record player). What better place to buy one from then the pioneers of the machine itself? We’re talking about Victrola, the original producers of the record player that brought music to the ears of millions. It’s entirely okay that you’re not up-to-speed with the ins and outs of the turntable, such as the difference between a direct drive turntable or a belt drive turntable, or understanding the...

May 30, 2019

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5 Records Every Pop Lover Should Own

5 Records Every Pop Lover Should Own

If you’re a lover and collector of all things' music, you should definitely start a vinyl collection. Vinyl records are hands-down the best sounding recorded music that will ever tickle your ears. There’s just something about that warm, full, analog sound of a band or artist that can channel joy to the heart of every music fanatic, ever. Plus, you get to collect a lot of cool artwork and trivia with vinyl records, since the albums are so much larger and have more visual real estate available than say, a CD or a cassette tape. So, why not start that...

May 30, 2019

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8 Classic Vinyl Records You Should Own

8 Classic Vinyl Records You Should Own

 It’s no longer a question, vinyl records are back. And while modern day bands are starting to churn out vinyl records, any collector or music fans of vinyl will tell you that the real beauty of vinyl is found in the dusty groove of a classic record. Can you even call it a vinyl collection if there isn’t a classic in there? Most enthusiasts would cringe. In which case, if you’re trying to find some “standard” classics that are must-haves for your turntable collection, look no further. Below are 8 classic vinyl records that you absolutely need to own if...

May 30, 2019

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