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1950s Dansette, EAR, and Teppaz Record Players. Which would you choose?

1950s Dansette, EAR, and Teppaz Record Players.

1950s Dansette, EAR, and Teppaz Portable Record Players. Which would you choose? 1950s Dansette, EAR, and Teppaz Record Players. Which would you choose? These weren’t the only manufacturers around at the time but:- One was a Rolls Royce product but didn’t sell well Had great advertising but is less well remembered One was very popular but wasn’t necessarily the best built player Which is which? Read the following blog to find out! Portable Record Players Long before the Walkman, portable CD or even the iPod and tablet, portable music was considered cool but the preferred format throughout the 1950s and…

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Vinyl Record’s Manufacturing Process- Stage One: The Blank Acetate

Vinyl Record's Manufacturing Process

The article is from this week’s guest blogger, Steve, from ‘Mullard Magic’ and ‘The Magic of Mullard’. A really interesting and informative blog on Stage one of the Vinyl Record’s Manufacturing Process from polishing, degreasing, coating with lacquer, drying and inspection, to stamping the hole in the middle! No wonder vinyl is so expensive but you can’t beat the sound…..

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