Cheap LP to Mp3 Record Players: Are They Worth the Hassle?

February 17, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

There will be a learning curve I used to wonder why anyone would want to bother with an LP to Mp3 record player, why would you not just listen to the vinyl you have? Analog always sounded warmer and truer

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What to Use For Shipping Vintage Vinyl Records Sold Online

January 16, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

LP mailers are a must if you ship vinyl LP’s through the mail Thinking about selling vinyl records online? LP mailers are an absolute must, and they will save you and your customers a lot of broken records. This is

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Collecting Vintage Quadraphonic Vinyl Records

June 7, 2014 | Posted in MUSIC, VINYL RECORDS | By

One specialty area of Vinyl record collecting is quadraphonic.  This basically means records that have a special sound mix of 4.0 surround sound. Many times these records can sell for 3 or 4 times the amount of the regular stereo

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A Pair of Miles Davis Quadraphonic Records: Bitches Brew and Live Evil

May 9, 2014 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

Bitches Brew Quadrophonic LP Miles Davis shocked the jazz world in 1970 when he sold his soul to the God of Rock n’ Roll, more precisely the grooves of Sly and the Family Stone. Miles threw away the acoustic instruments

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Miles Davis’ Miles In the Sky: Closing in on Jazz Rock

December 4, 2013 | Posted in JAZZ, MUSIC, VINYL RECORDS | By

Miles dips his toe in the electric water Lately I have been listening to the music of Miles Davis right before his big push into rock territory. 1968’s Miles in the Sky is a transitional album if there ever was

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The Best Vinyl Record Shelf for Large Collections

August 25, 2013 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

The Best Vinyl Record Shelf on a Budget Are you looking for something like the pictured IKEA vinyl record shelf for vinyl record storage? Something that’s sturdy, but not a space hog? Vinyl is going to take up space, no

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