7 Tips to Perfect Sounding Vinyl Records: Handling, Cleaning, Playing overview

Electron Microscope video from Applied Science - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuCdsyCWmt8
Record storage options:
Pricier (woodier) option - http://geni.us/pnGxNr8
Cheaper (cardboardier) option - http://geni.us/WIAa
IKEA Drona ($6) is a ripoff on Amazon - Go to store

Inner Sleeves:
MFSL Master sleeves - http://geni.us/x9KU
Diskeeper Audiophile sleeves - http://geni.us/EuBs
Outer sleeves (protect cover art) - http://geni.us/NnYtG62

Record brushes:
Cheap brush (I like it best) - http://geni.us/DTMU
Pricier brush (overrated) - http://geni.us/A5qY

Stylus tools:
Stylus brush - http://geni.us/06Kt
ONZOW Zerodust (worth the $) - http://geni.us/0fwp6yx

Static tools:
Zerostat (if you can stomach price) - http://geni.us/LaywhxJ

Wet cleaning:
Spin Clean (cheap option but labor-intensive) - http://geni.us/w2mp
GEM Dandy (ripoff PVC but works best) - http://www.hifigem.com/hydraulic-lp-cleaning-apparatusMKII.html
Record Doctor V RCM (cheap but... cheap) - http://geni.us/Vn2Bp
Music Hall WCS-3 RCM (great if you've got the big-bucks) - http://geni.us/FiaTZp2

A lot of people are pulling out their old turntables and records, and many people are buying their first LPs. What a lot of people don't know, however, is how to get excellent sound out of the equipment you already have. Sure, there are turntables that are far superior to others, but record handling, cleaning, and playing have just as much (if not more) importance than your equipment. In this video I show you how to read your set up of pops and clicks that vinyl record LPs are often hindered by.