Analogue enthusiasts pay a price for their affection, as their collection’s longevity depends on the measures of treatment they take. Learn more about these measures in the article below. As fellow audiophiles, we’d like to share our feelings on this matter and, hopefully, make vinyl record preservation less of a headache for any analogue devotee.
People’s occasional distrust of online stores is understandable, but why trust strangers and their unproven methods, even if they seem cheaper than buying vinyl record cleaning supplies? If you already own a collection of vinyl records, you need to be ready to take proper care of it too. Let’s look at why spending a little extra on cleaning is worth it.
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Even though we entered the digital age long ago, many still consider digital audio to be inferior to seemingly outdated vinyl records. Why is that so and how can we fix it?
Why invest several hundred dollars into a record cleaning machine, if you can get the same (if not better) results by purchasing our Easy Groove set?
Let’s look at the reasons why we believe buying a vinyl record cleaning kit from Chisto is more cost-efficient than acquiring a vinyl record cleaner.
Brushing a record seems to be an easy and obvious way of cleaning it, and while it may seem effective, it can’t work on its own and could even be dangerous in the long run.
Befitting treatment of one’s record collection has become a heated subject of debate in recent months. In this article Chisto presents its vision of what such treatment should be.
Many worship the convenience of digital audio and even in the age of streaming services, most households still own a collection of CDs and DVDs. But how does one make sure their performance is always up to par?