Your Next Purchase after a Crosley Turntable

Your Next Purchase after a Crosley Turntable

Posted by Elusive Disc on Sep 8th 2017

Crosley turntables provide a fun and convenient entry point for many vinyl record enthusiasts. However, these popular and stylish turntables are only the beginning of your audiophile journey.Benefits

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3 of Our Favorite Turntable Speakers

3 of Our Favorite Turntable Speakers

Posted by Elusive Disc on Sep 8th 2017

Why You Should Buy Speakers for Your TurntableVinyl records, played on audiophile turntable systems, offer better frequency response and crisp signals than virtually all other formats. Because they pr

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Why You Should Buy New Music on Vinyl Records

Why You Should Buy New Music on Vinyl Records

Posted by Elusive Disc on Aug 30th 2017

Of course, collectors and audiophiles love vintage vinyl. However, more and more performers, producers, DJs, and listeners have realized that today’s music also sounds best on vinyl records.Sound Qual

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5 Ways to Organize Your Vinyl Records

5 Ways to Organize Your Vinyl Records

Posted by Elusive Disc on Aug 30th 2017

Your vinyl records collection isn’t just a way to listen to music. It’s the showpiece of your living room (or your listening room). You’ve invested in custom shelving and created your own DIY display

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Top 10 Rarest Vinyl Records of All Time

Top 10 Rarest Vinyl Records of All Time

Posted by Elusive Disc on Aug 30th 2017

The Top 10 Rarest Vinyl Records of all time tell a story of love, music, and our unquenchable desire for rock memorabilia – and the lure of scarcity.#10 The Beatles – Please Please Me (1963) Dick Jam

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3 Alternatives to a Crosley Vinyl Record Player

3 Alternatives to a Crosley Vinyl Record Player

Posted by Elusive Disc on Aug 30th 2017

Crosley offers a variety of portable and entry-level turntables under $500. But, do they offer the best audio quality for these prices?Most Popular Crosley Record PlayersCrosley Messenger Vinyl Record

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How Vinyl Records are Made

How Vinyl Records are Made

Posted by Elusive Disc on Aug 30th 2017

To truly understand the sounds you elicit from your rare vinyl record collection (and high-end turntables), you need to know a little (or a lot) about the manufacturing process.Recording ProcessIn the

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Colored Vinyl vs. Black Vinyl

Colored Vinyl vs. Black Vinyl

Posted by Elusive Disc on Aug 30th 2017

From the 60s to the 80s to today, colored vinyl records have fascinated collectors across a huge array of genres. Recently, artists as diverse as Steven Colbert, the White Stripes, Tom Jones, and I

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