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    Have you had a look at the new Degritter thats due out in May 2018, its an ultrasonic cleaner, looks quite good but Ive not seen one yet as they are still in beta testing

    http://degritter.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Henley View Post
    Have you had a look at the new Degritter thats due out in May 2018, its an ultrasonic cleaner, looks quite good but Ive not seen one yet as they are still in beta testing

    http://degritter.com/

    Looks interesting Lee. Will check it out. Thanks.

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    There was something like this at the Bristol show and it appeared to clean 3 lp's at ounce - wasn't working just on static display.

    Be aware that ultrasonic machines are abrasive in action and so it would be wise to only buy a unit designed for gentle vinyl work !

    Mel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycleallday View Post
    There was something like this at the Bristol show and it appeared to clean 3 lp's at ounce - wasn't working just on static display.

    Be aware that ultrasonic machines are abrasive in action and so it would be wise to only buy a unit designed for gentle vinyl work !

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    I think you will find it makes a Loricraft look cheap
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    Is that the machine I got a price for in another RCM thread ? It is undergoing trials before going to market ?

    If so, you could buy two Loricrafts for the price..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifi_dave View Post
    Is that the machine I got a price for in another RCM thread ? It is undergoing trials before going to market ?

    If so, you could buy two Loricrafts for the price..
    Yes Dave I think it is
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    the way they talked it was supposed to be a lower priced model. dont see a good reason for a machine to be any more than a grand or so. moths are great value as they go for ever. i dont mind wearing ear plugs
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    Quote Originally Posted by hifi_dave View Post
    Is that the machine I got a price for in another RCM thread ? It is undergoing trials before going to market ?

    If so, you could buy two Loricrafts for the price..
    The guy had an open budget so felt it fair to put up a reasonable priced machine that looks to fit the criteria in the orgininal request, according to the industry expert Michael Fremer that cavitation based machines are the best method for cleaning vinyl records and I don’t think IMO that these can be dismissed when considering a future RCM
    Vinyl rig 1 - NAS Spacedeck / Jelco 750D / EAR 834P modified / Denon DL 103. Vinyl rig 2 - Lenco GL75 c/w original arm and Shure M75ED MM cart / trichord Diablo with NCPSU. Amplifiers - Audio Note Empress Silver / Hattor Passive Pre. Digital - Mac Mini / Lampizator Atlantic Plus tube rectified Dac / Linear PSU / Hummingboard Network audio adaptor. Speakers - Horns.pl Mummy's. Cables are Audio Note / Albedo / Duelund WE16GA Speaker wire. Power conditioner is a Gigawatt PC2 EVO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycleallday View Post
    There was something like this at the Bristol show and it appeared to clean 3 lp's at ounce - wasn't working just on static display.

    Be aware that ultrasonic machines are abrasive in action and so it would be wise to only buy a unit designed for gentle vinyl work !

    Mel
    A friend of mine who lives down south uses the Audiodesk ultrasonic machine for cleaning Records, also has the VPI machine, he’s had it since it came out 5 years ago and to date has reported no issues with any abrasive action damaging the records, he also claimed that the VPI now makes a nice dust collector in the corner of the room
    Vinyl rig 1 - NAS Spacedeck / Jelco 750D / EAR 834P modified / Denon DL 103. Vinyl rig 2 - Lenco GL75 c/w original arm and Shure M75ED MM cart / trichord Diablo with NCPSU. Amplifiers - Audio Note Empress Silver / Hattor Passive Pre. Digital - Mac Mini / Lampizator Atlantic Plus tube rectified Dac / Linear PSU / Hummingboard Network audio adaptor. Speakers - Horns.pl Mummy's. Cables are Audio Note / Albedo / Duelund WE16GA Speaker wire. Power conditioner is a Gigawatt PC2 EVO

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    Not quite sure how these work, but I think the record revolves in a tank of fluid, which, presumably, is ditched after a certain number. If so, that doesn't sound too good to me.

    Do they vacuum dry (or even blow-dry) the record so that it's ready for the inner? Can't see how, with part of the record immersed. Whereas I'm sure the ultrasonic method is superlative, it seems pointless if you're going to lose the benefits of a common or garden RCM.

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