How To Ground a Turntable

Are you getting annoyed with the humming sound while listening to music? I think your recorder is facing the issue of “ground loop.” You can fix a ground loop by grounding the turntable with or without wire. You probably won’t realize any immediate difference even after grounding your record player because it takes some time … Read more

Preamp VS Amp – What’s the difference?

If you are an audiophile, who loves to listen to vinyl or turntables, you might have come across the terms amplifier and preamplifier. But who knows what it is exactly? People never pay attention to the technical aspect of the music, like how many components are combined to create sound? or how the sound is … Read more

Victrola vs Crosley – Which is The Best Record Player?

Victrola and Crosley are both popular entry-level brands in record players. They manufacture highly affordable, and advanced turntables that you can use at your home. These turntables have decent audio quality and give you a retro feel. Honestly, they are very similar in terms of pricing as well as the sound quality; hence choosing between … Read more

Are Crosley Record Players Good?

Vinyl is on the verge of extinction, but some whiz desire to preserve record players forever. If you are one of that kind, this post is for you! Records are not only the old-school way of listening to music but a great alternative to restore your old, iconic tapes. If you are a vinyl admirer, … Read more

Worn Stylus Symptoms – Tips To Find The Problem

For a vinyl enthusiast, especially when new to the world of turntables, knowing when to change the needle (also sometimes called a diamond or stylus) on your record player is a key question that one is not aware of. If you are asking yourself this question, you have come to the right place! In this … Read more

How To Balance A Tonearm – Detailed Guide

Do you want to know how to balance a tonearm? Then this article is for you. Setting up the tracking force and balancing the tonearm is not as easy as it sounds. But this is one of the most important adjustments that will save both the needle and record of your turntable. The first thing … Read more