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  1. https://ibb.co/pR5twmJ https://ibb.co/sV4r6Jx (links are for pics) Hi, I recently bought The Beatles 'Hey Jude' single, which I was very pleased about. It looked great. But when I played it, there was this terrible muffled noise through the track at a certain point. Examining the single further, there seemed to be a light, almost clouded, ring on the track. Is there any way of fixing this?? I'm kinda disappointed! Thanks
  2. wut up guys! I just want know this things. It seems to usual distort in old vinly. how can I call it? let me know If you know and If you think hard to read this topic. pls let me know it also. I'm korean and I really want modify my mistake.
  3. I just made the decision (and possibly the mistake) of purchasing a Numark PT-01. I bought it to listen to vinyl. I'm not interested in its archiving technology, however I like the fact that I can listen to it through my PC speakers without having to buy a receiver, amp, additional speakers etc. The sound quality is definitely not high fidelity, which is fine. I honestly don't think it's that bad, although I don't have much to compare it to. The point is: I've read on a lot of vinyl forums that playing records on this turntable can/will potentially damage or accelerate wear on the vinyl!! One person said you might as well be playing records with a nail if you're going to play records on such a turntable. Apparently this is due to the heavy, nonadjustable tone arm weight, no anti-skate technology, the ceramic cartridge and/or the stylus being cheap. This allegation is also leveled at most other USB turntables that sell for around $100. Is there concrete truth to this allegation of damage infliction on vinyl? If there is, would the replacement/upgrade of the cartridge/needle help avoid damage? Or, do I need to just replace it with a decent retro turntable? The bottom line: I can deal with bad sound quality, but I CANNOT afford to damage my vinyl. I have some albums which are precious to me. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks. p.s. I did begin reading the DO NOT BUY A CROSLEY thread. I still wanted to ask my question about possible damage specifically, though. I hope you don't mind.
  4. http://jimmyeatworld.com/ Appreciation Damage Lean Book of Love I Will Steal You Back Please Say No How’d You Have Me No, Never Byebyelove You Were Good Edit: As per Property of Zack, it is being reported that the band has signed to RCA Records for this release. Edit 2: Here is the first interview regarding the new record: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/jimmy-eat-worlds-next-album-an-adult-breakup-record-20130403
  5. I have a few extra bucks this month so I am looking for anything from the label dead by 23. Any records or tapes or other merch. https://docs.google.com/a/umail.iu.edu/viewer?a=v&pid=gmail&attid=0.0&thid=1323f38f8981edc7&mt=application/vnd.ms-excel&url=https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?ui%3D2%26ik%3D1896652d17%26view%3Datt%26th%3D1323f38f8981edc7%26attid%3D0.0%26disp%3Dsafe%26zw&sig=AHIEtbR2wVcni8Jg1Y8PigR_v2N55ByT-Q here is a spreadsheet for some of the pressing info.
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