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  1. Vinyl records come in numerous speeds that impact playback and compatibility. 33, 45, and 78 RPM represents the speed at which the record spins on your turntable. Most turntables can play 33s and 45s, while 78s require a certain kind of stylus and motor speed.
  2. "From what I've been able to come up with from a few different sources, the last two digits (letter, number) on Capitol indicate the cutting lathe and the lacquer number. For example, F4 indicates the fourth lacquer from the "F" lathe (a Neumann). The most common lathe codes are E, F (Neumann), G, H (Scully), and Z (outside mastering).".
  3. To play back your favorite vinyl, you can push a button on the LOVE device. turn the volume up and down and even display the album cover. put any size vinyl on one of the two complimentary.
  4. Sep 18,  · After visiting a vinyl pressing plant in Queens in , Bernich decided to combine his childhood passions and purchase two machines of his own. Though the vinyl presses were in .
  5. Only Two Can Play is their brand new EP, courtesy of Three Dimensional Records in Minneapolis. The Real Numbers are picking up right where they left off with their new EP. They stick to their simple pop-driven formula that made their earlier singles so infectious, charming us with six new tracks of bubbly, fun-loving garage pop.
  6. You can use your vinyl combined with other wall art to create fun scenes such as a child holding balloons (shown above), or you can use a simple layout that still gives a vintage feel. Decorate your wall by attaching the records to string and hanging them, or by using an adhesive surface to stick them directly to the wall.
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  8. Matrix numbers are always different on each side of the LP, though the difference is often slight. For example, the A-Side might read “SRMM2” and the B-Side might read “SRMB-M2.” If the numbers match, check again to be certain you have not mistakenly recorded the catalog number on the label rather than the matrix number.

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