Welcome all vinyl lovers
Manual drive ultrasonic record cleaner BRC-05
Simple design. A cheap and effective way to clean vinyl.
The combination of two cleaning technologies; mechanical and ultrasonic.
Construction based on a mechanical cleaner Analogis 2 with an attached ultrasonic module.
Ultrasound deeply penetrates the soundtrack, cleaning it of stubborn dirt and brushes mechanically remove them from the surface of the plate.
AC/DC powered guarantees safe use.
Advanced cleaning device (ARC-02 ) is based on professional medical ultrasonic device and ready-made components. It is suited for the hobbyist, but can also be used by professionals. The cleaner has an automatic drive and heating.
Advanced cleaning device (ARC-04 ) is based on professional medical ultrasonic device and ready-made components. It is suited for the hobbyist, but can also be used by professionals. The cleaner has an automatic drive, heating, adustable power, variable frequency and advanced cleaning functions.
Vinyl records are very sensitive to contamination and mechanical damage, which causes unwanted noises and crackles during playing. Record condition deteriorates with improper storage and handling, leading to reduced listening quality. Mechanical damage (“scratches” and “scuffs”) is difficult to fix.
However, the most common cause of noise is dirt. Careful listening (preferably on headphones) reveals that interference from scratches is heard in mono and from dirt in stereo.
Ultrasonic cleaners are often used by professionals, including vinyl record retailers, to revitalize olderrecords because they cannot be effectively cleaned with mechanical cleaners. These devices are expensive ($3,000 to $4,000), and thus tend not to be used at home.
We offer you a simplified and effective device. It does not have a fluid filtration, drying, and other expensive features. Instead, it has a simple design that is affordable for enthusiasts who appreciate that cleanliness is essential for good sounding music. The cleaner is an independent construction using low-cost components, based on years of experience in cleaning and revitalizing old and damaged vinyl records.