[ProAudio] Question for Rich Breen re Aluminum discs
proaudio at baileyzone.net
Thu Nov 4 11:06:08 PDT 2021
I can do this. I've transferred many. Aluminum discs, weather pressed or
cut, are generally noisy and have a limited frequency response (about 6K
& lower). I use an archival turntable, select the stylus & adjust the
tracking force as light as possible. One can play the discs wet & the
result will be less surface noise.
That said, I am closing the business as of Dec. 31, this year. I am in
So Cal though.
------ Original Message ------
From: "Louis Judson via ProAudio" <proaudio at bach.pgm.com>
To: proaudio at bach.pgm.com
Sent: 11/4/2021 9:33:18 AM
Subject: [ProAudio] Question for Rich Breen re Aluminum discs
>Hi all - Anyone on-list know of someone who can playback/transfer an aluminum disc recording made in the UK from roughly 1929? Currently located in SoCal. Any leads appreciated.
>Lou Judson * Intuitive Audio
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