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JGreenslade

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Yet another DIY vinyl cutter
« on: October 19, 2005, 02:49:20 pm »

http://www.vinylrecorder.com/index-e.html

I'm trying to figure out how they can offer Deadringer-busting prices:
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Small Mixer
with Power Supply 220V/12V

80 Euro

19" Level Meter
with Power Supply 220V/12V

80 Euro


19" Phase Correlation Meter
with Power Supply 220V/12V

120 Euro

19" Vinyl optimizer
for easy elimination of
not recordable signals.

90 Euro (inc. 1u case + handles)




Is vinyl so popular these days that they're making peripherals in China?

Is this site for real? 3200 Euro for the basic package...

Maybe this guy is so wrapped up in the engineering side, he's unaware of the basic principles of pricing-structure?

Is this outfit any relation to the "Kingston" machine?

Why the vague B+W pictures? ....puzzling....


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Re: Yet another DIY vinyl cutter
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2005, 03:28:01 pm »

This has been around for a while. The guy who recently posted wanting to 'diy' dmm cutting is using this one I believe-it is often called a 'Souri' after the companies name...and that is what he called his custom rig.

the Kingston is from Vinylium. Different device. A guy in Seattle just got a Kingston-I am going to check it out this week. It may not compete with a Neumann-but from the pics it is nicely built and looks cool!

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