New Videos for Your Viewing Pleasure

Enjoy our latest videos depicting stylus replacement/upgrade as well as a gorgeous rendering of our moving magnet cartridges in action. Our Rainier cartridge has taken the US by storm as

Can You Fix a Warped Record? Will it Harm Your Needle?

Warped records are something that many audiophiles dread, especially when you are purchasing used records. However, even if you avoid purchasing warped vinyl records at a record store, improper storage

Is Mono Vinyl Better Than Stereo? Some Listeners Think So!

When you listen to music from a streaming site, you never have to think about the nuances of the recording process. For casual listeners, this is a plus, they can

What Makes 180 Gram Vinyl Special and is it Better?

Listening to music on vinyl is not just for audiophiles anymore. Vinyl LPs are becoming a best seller in mainstream retail stores and smaller record stores. Any wishlist for vinyl

What is Tracking Force: What to Know Before Playing Records

Playing your favorite record on a new turntable is one of the best feelings in the world. There’s something so personal and satisfying about watching the tonearm drop into place

What is a Turntable Protractor and Can it Lead to Better Sound?

When you are listening to your vinyl records, any audiophile will notice when their cartridge alignment is out of whack. The sound quality will decrease during playback allowing you to

Do You Need a Record Brush? Must-Have Vinyl Accessories

When you start adding vinyl records to your collection, you are going to need to learn the right type of record care to use on them. Not everyone properly cleans

Cartridge 101: Can Playing Scratched Records Impact Your Stylus?

Collecting vinyl records can be absolutely dreamy, even when playing scratched records. Nothing quite beats the experience of putting on an album you picked up at your favorite record store.

Storing Records: Everything You Need to Know to Preserve Your Collection

Storing records takes a lot of consideration to make sure that your record collection keeps producing the high-quality sound that audiophiles love during playback. Whether you have an entire collection

Cartridge 101: Parts of a Turntable

Record players are amazing devices that produce far better sound than CD players, cassette players, and MP3 players. For this reason, many audiophiles today still utilize an analog sound system