- Netherlands, Europe
- Joined on September 16, 2013
Most records I have for sale are tested for correct grading.
If not audio tested, I will specificly mention this in the notes. I always try to grade defensive, so quality is earlier better as worse. If no comment is made that it's visual graded, it's always audio tested.
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The recordplayer I use to test 7" and 12" records is: Philips 614 and a Q-Media QE-E030-B
Be aware that different players have difference in sensitiviness and varied in sound quality. Any problems...feel free to contact me.
The VHS are tested with a new: LG RC388 6HD Hifi Stereo.
Be aware that if you have an old VHS player the rubber parts can be dried out inside the player. Rubbers need to be used from time to time so they don't dry out. If dried out, your player can pull the tape from the cassette and pull it through your VHS recorder. In that case the VHS is in most of the cases destroyed. Always use a low value tape first to check if your VHS still works good before entering a high value VHS tape.
Also VHS tapes have a lower quality as DVD's in vision and sound. Sound can be automaticly modified in better quality if your VHS recorder has Hi-Fi. If you want prestine images, buy a DVD. Don't expect a NearMint VHS tape gives equal quality as a NearMint DVD.