RCM's are dead, hire this guy instead !

marty

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Best video post of the day! He did in fact say we were "gonna laugh" and he wasn't lying.

To begin, I don't know how many of you use "wood glue" to clean your records, but for some reason he thinks that's a popular technique.
Also, gotta love it when he says he has a high end turntable and "doesn't mess with garbage". But the absolute highlight was at 5:01 when he demonstrates his unique stylus cleaning technique. Quite a hoot. Also I have to wonder how he cleans 33's since they don't have the wide spindle holes that 45's have. (Maybe he puts his head in the 33 spindle hole- it might fit.) Really priceless stuff.
 
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I thought I was the only one who used rain-X and polishing cloths.
 
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I thought I was the only audiophile who has a lot of dead bugs in my LPs’ grooves!
 

sombunya

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now this is how to clean your records !


Not really my preferred method for cleaning a record but in the past I have run them under a faucet, dish soap etc.

In Thailand my bro in law gave me some records. One 45 rpm was so bad I had to pull it off the tt as quickly as I could. It looks more destroyed by 1/4 lb VTF than dirty. I may give it a once over with the windex.
 

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I wonder if he uses the bottle of booze behind him for tough build-up. I know I would
 

TooCool4

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I saw this a while back and l laughed my ass off.
 

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