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  • $399.00

    The versatile AT-140-X Professional Turntable plays 33, 45 and 78 rpm records and will accommodate any disc recording up to 13" in diameter. It has a +/- 24% pitch control which is essential for the proper playback of vintage records, given that many early 78s were actually recorded at speeds ranging from the the 60s to the 90s. It will also play vertical...

  • $29,250.00

    The Archeophone plays all types of cylinders, including standard size 2 & 4 minute records, Busy Bees, Liorets, Dictaphones, Intermediate Salons, Concerts, 20th Centurys and Pathé Celestes. Bell-Tainter, Phoenix, Lioret 0. 4 and Kinetophone mandrels are also available for those who require them, and custom size mandrels can be provided on a special-order...

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    Playing your records with properly configured styli can dramatically improve your listening experience and the quality of your transfers. Our generic Shure M-44 78 rpm stylus ($60) is a 3.0 Conical. This stylus will give generally satisfactory results for casual listening, but a much cleaner sound will usually be obtained through the use of a custom...

  • $48.00

    We recommend this Audio Technica AT95E cartridge for advanced collectors, audio engineers and archives who are interested in achieving fantastic results without investing in cartridges costing 10-20 times as much. The half-inch standard mount AT95E phono cart offers outstanding clarity and detail. Reviewers have consistently rated this affordable,...

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    The styli offered here are made for the AR95E cartridges that come with the AT-120 Professional Turntables we sell. The AT 95E LP stylus is fitted with a .7 mil elliptical diamond that provides a crisp, clear sound. The generic 78 stylus for this cartridge is a 2.7 conical diamond which will provide fine results for casual listening, but a much cleaner...

  • $10.00

    200 needles per $10 pack; choose from soft, medium or loud tone These are new needles made for playing 78 rpm records on antique wind-up phonographs. Be sure to change the needle after every play so that you don't prematurely wear out your records!

  • $425.00

    Virtually all stereos made in the last 40 years are specifically designed to play microgroove recordings (LPs & 45s). What this means is the these types of records sound great, but most vintage records (78s) sound abysmal. That is because the stereo amplifier applies an equalization curve designed specifically for microgroove records (the RIAA curve)....

  • $52.00

    Ideal for 78s, LPs and 16" radio transcriptions, the Disc Stabilizer Clamp adds .5 Kg to the rotating system and dampens the resonances of the disc being played. This eliminates disc slippage and the higher mass reduces flutter. It permits easier play of warped vinyl and is ideal for playing Hit-of-the-Weeks and similar vintage recordings. Unlike other...

  • $110.00

    Those who avidly collect recordings made prior to 1930 are probably already aware that records manufactured during this period were recorded at speeds ranging from around 60 to over 100 rpm. In spite of that knowledge, the sad fact remains that many of these collectors have never heard their early records played back at the right speeds. Granted, the...

  • $125.00

    Sorbothane pads are perfect for isolating your playback equipment from shocks, bumps and vibrations which could be transmitted through your stereo cabinet to the stylus. If you have wooden floors, loud speakers, rambunctious children or cats that like to jump up on top of your furniture, then Audioquest SorboGel Q-Feet are the answer. Designed for a...

  • $20.00

    Early cylinders with plaster or cardboard cores are often impossible to play, due to the gradual swelling of the core material. This cylinder reamer is designed to accurately and evenly ream out the cylinder enabling it to properly slide onto the phonograph mandrel. The reamer is nothing fancy, but it works. Please note that this reamer is not designed...

  • $749.00

    Balance, resonance, friction and the tangential relationship of the stylus to the groove are the fundamental factors that must be considered when evaluating a tonearm. The 10" Archival Transcription Arm excels in each of these areas, making it the ideal choice for archives, audiophiles and sound engineers. Quality gimbal assembly incorporates four sets...

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