If you are a vinyl collector or have spent any time around 45 RPM singles or albums you may have encountered Colored Vinyl. But, isn’t black vinyl technically colored as well? And, what is the difference between the traditional black we all know and love and colored records?
Well other than the aesthetic pleasure of having a physical record that matches the jacket, Colored Vinyl is generally more free of impurities than black vinyl. Some collectors argue they generally provide a better sound quality. This is due to certain coloring added to the vinyl outer coating that can enhance the durability and sound of the record. Regardless of sound, they are popular among collectors, just for the main reason that they are unique.
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