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Best Jazz Records on Vinyl: 13 Albums You Should Own on Vinyl

With vinyl records more popular now than ever, it can be challenging to narrow down the options out there. It isn’t easy to make decisions when it comes to purchasing albums on vinyl because there are just so many albums to choose from- especially in the jazz genre. That’s why I’ve created a list of…

5 Steps To Removing A Technics 1200 Platter

Featured Image: “technics 1200 gold” by sergio luna2009 is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Most folks, including myself, love servicing our electronics as a hobby; after all, the key to listening to exceptional music is maintaining your turntable. Unfortunately, suppose you have never serviced your turntable, especially a technics 1200 series turntable. In that case,…

How To Tell If Your Cartridge Is MM Or MC

You could have the best record player in the market with a fancy amplifier and exceptional speakers. Still, without a reliable high-end cartridge, you’ll always question the quality of the sound produced. After all, the cartridge is the only part of the turntable responsible for reading the undulations on the vinyl records. This component, especially…

Do All Record Players Use The Same Needle? Let’s Find Out

Your record player cartridge comes with a stylus, also referred to as a needle that sits on the record’s groove. Unfortunately, when that needle goes, you’ll need to replace it, but are they all the same? Can you just swap it out with a generic one? I wanted to know if they were all the…

9 Turntables That You Can Scratch Records On

The turntables that you can scratch records on are not challenging to find. The real challenge is learning how to scratch records. Still, you need to make sure that you purchase the best turntable for your hobby. Direct-drive turntables are the record players that you can scratch records on best. They have a record platter…

A Guide To Grounding A Turntable Without A Receiver

Most people prefer to do a complete setup for their turntables receiver and all. However, what if you don’t have a receiver? How do you ground your turntable without one? We’ve created a complete guide to help you ground your turntable without a receiver. In a setup that has a receiver, the receiver houses the…

A Guide To Connecting Your Turntable To Serato

“File:Kaisei of MasonDJs using Serato SL2.jpg” by Kaisei-kun is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 Some years ago, people were confused about how vinyl and turntables still survive with their antique system. Some DJs began to spin vinyl and record their music through emulation software like Serato. It is one of the main reasons for the…

Reasons Why Your Record Player Is Making Loud Humming

To most folks, the sound produced by the vinyl record when playing on the turntable is unmatched. It provides an unforgettable listening experience with inherent warmth that you can only compare to live music. Unfortunately, disruption of this exceptional listening experience by a loud humming noise produced by the record players can happen. So, after…

Why Your Record Player Sounds Muffled And How To Fix It?

Notice a strange sound from your record player, and you’re unsure what it is? All you know is that it sounds muffled and unclear. You don’t have to throw out your record player for this reason, as it is entirely fixable. There are several reasons why your record player can produce muffled or fuzzy sounds…

How To Tell If Your Turntable Cartridge Is Bad

The cartridge, also mistakenly referred to as the styli or needle, is the most crucial part of the turntable. After all, every record player has a component that sits on the vinyl record’s grooves and reads the undulation on the grooves’ walls. Unfortunately, some parts of the cartridge, particularly the stylus, tend to wear down…