Record Handling and Storage Tips

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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 01, 2014 Published: Oct 31, 2014 16 comments
The most deluxe record wall display units are probably those from Art Vinyl. The hinged plexiglass fronted frames hang on the wall and are easily opened so you can change the displayed album in a few seconds. Unfortunately they are expensive at around $50.00 each or 3 for $140 (on Amazon.com).

Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 06, 2014 8 comments
M A Recordings is best known for its catalog of superbly recorded "world" music. Producer/engineer Todd Garfinkle records at 176.4/24 bit using a precisely spaced pair of custom-made microphones, Cardas cables and a Fostex DV-40 DVD-RAM recorder.

Michael Fremer Posted: Dec 09, 2013 28 comments
Wax Rax RC-1 record cart on casters holds 200+ records in a mix of jacket and spine searchable formats.
Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 08, 2012 4 comments
In the recent news item about a replacement for the no longer manufactured Per Madsen Rackit record storage racks, we wondered whether they were of equal quality. So when Tribute Rack manufacturer Jef Fowler of Portland, OR's Two Can HiFi emailed and offered to send a review sample, I refused.

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