I've just bought a Pro-Ject VC-S record cleaning machine (RCM).
Firstly, I have to say what a superb job it does!
I was really unsure how much of a 'step up' I'd get from using my Knosti Disco Anti Static cleaning bath, even with a pre-scrub using a goat hair brush, but I have to say it's truly at another level in comparison. The results are astounding. Old problematic crackly lp's now have a new lease of life.
I'm no salesman, but I couldn't recommend the Pro-Ject VC-S enough at the moment.
All that being said, I did notice, after cleaning a big batch of lp's today, that the record platter disc got warm? Maybe I pushed it too far on its maiden voyage
I might try installing a couple of case fans, wired to the motor switch, for extra cooling (another project to play with on another day
For now though, top marks to Pro-Ject for making such a great machine, especially at such a good price!!
If anyone has ever successfully fitted cooling fans, or carried out any useful mods on the VC-S I'd be interested in hearing about it
Just call me Bri..
Pro-Ject 2Xperience SB S-Shape | Audio-Technica AT440Mlb | Vincent PHO-8 phono pre-amp
Pioneer A-300 amp | Monitor Audio Bronze 5 speakers
Audio-Technica ATH-A990Z headphones