Embossed Record Quality

Lathe cut records don't sound noisy and hollow

 Lathe cut records don't sound noisy and hollow this is an attempt by another competitor trying to discredit how good they sound 


Embossed  lathe cut records that have been recorded on polycarbonate sheets of plastic  for many years since the 1980's, most definitely, have earned a  bad reputation since, because they were always embossed with a tungsten  carbide stylus. Many have tried over the years different techniques to  improve them, by using, Turtle wax, furniture polish, lighter fluid,  motor oil, DW40, Etc.

If recorded at a louder volume it will cause the record to skip randomly, this the average level of a microgroove LP recorded at 331/3 rpm.
 

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45 lathe cut "one offs" Jukebox Record
45 lathe cut "one offs" Jukebox Record

LATHE CUT TEST VIDEO

Demonstration video showing how lathe cuts are made - Mac Miller" Performs 'Ladders' With Jon Batiste.