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Old 28th February 2004, 03:22 PM   #1
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Default Turnable mat and record brush

Hello again,
I would like to buy a new Turnable mat and record brush, but I would like to know which are the best:

Mat: donuts mat,normal mat.felt mat, silicone mat...; Which is the best anti-static mat, please? Does it work really?

Brush: DECCA LONDON 2+2 RECORD, Cecil Brush,pure bristles brush,....

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Old 28th February 2004, 06:26 PM   #2
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The brush should be carbon fibre, otherwise its pointless.

Anti-static mats don't work well in my opinion, but then again
using a carbon fibre brush I don't have any static problems.

Mats can be used for tonal tuning, so which is best is hard
to say, but a solid fairly hard rubber mat gives the best results
on most turntables I'd say, deeply unfashionable though.

Note the rubber mat should be a solid section, not a triumph
of injection moulding mass removal where you can't see it.

sreten.
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Old 29th February 2004, 01:04 AM   #3
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WOH!!
Thanks. IŽll buy a carbon brush. I have a rubber mat, and I thought taht it was bad, but.....
I ever believed that these anti-static mats were NO-USEFUL.
Thanks for your fast reply.


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