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Please allow 1 day processing added to time-frames. The normal pm cutoff does not apply to freight shipments. Equipment Vinyl Cutters. You've Selected:. Purchase Orders International Orders. VinylMaster Letter Retail Edition 4. Note: VinylMaster is sold through a third party site. Once purchased, you will receive a license code and instructions to download the software. Condition: New. Location: Michigan. I remember reading an ad for some g vinyl that said "on g vinyl for that extra bass" and laughed.
Amnesiac , Mar 11, Location: Portland, OR. Nothing wrong with vintage weight vinyl it was never mentioned at the time, so I have no idea what it is. Records sound great or not depending on all sorts of factors, but I think the weight of the record is probably not one of them. George Blair , Mar 11, Technocentral likes this. Location: mt pleasant michigan. I have to put a quarter on it to play it correctly, but this puppy even sounds descent.
Thurenity and Brudy like this. Location: Portland. I've got some thin records that sound amazing my original Harry Nilsson The Point comes to mind.
Brudy , Mar 11, I also Brudy, easier to handle, but I have found no difference in sound quality because of thickness or lack of, I have have an old Frazier Chorus 12 inch 45 thin as air that sounds fantastic. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Location: Pittsburgh, PA. Location: The Midwest. Sid Hartha , Feb 10, Location: Berkeley, CA. MikeyH , Feb 10, Location: Washington, D. I don't like heavy records, and not only because it screws up correct VTA. A lot of heavy records are not properly pressed they need a much longer pressing cycle and the records end up being defective.
A LOT of very expensive Classic Record gram records that I bought have a dish warp one side concave, the other convex. This warp is particularly hard to remove by firm clamping of the record or use of a vacuum hold down, for which my table is equipped because that extra thickness resists clamping. Also, I have a few that exhibit incomplete "fill" of the grooves, again because the pressing cycle is too short for that amount of vinyl, which can be heard as a crackling sound, predominantly in one channel.
This thick vinyl craze is a bad marketing ploy. You can get really great pressings from Japan that are made on quite thin vinyl that beats just about anything from US audiophile labels. Larry I , Feb 12, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Share This Page. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?Sep 29, · Welcome to Vinyl Engine sesentados If you type in " gram vinyl" (or akin) in the forum search you will plenty of posts on the subject you are asking about. A short answer is: The gram issue aspect is a marketing gimmick. I have records from the oil shortage era in the early to mid seventies that are rather thin, and sound phenomenal.