What's the difference between a 7" and 12" vinyl?
A 12” (30 cm) vinyl is primarily associated with an entire album with a capacity to store about 22 minutes of material on each side. It spins at 33 1/3 RPM. A 12” vinyl may also be manufactured to spin at 45 RPM but with a run-time of 12-15 minutes on each side. A 7” (18 cm) vinyl hosts around five minutes of playtime and is associated with singles. It spins at 45 RPM.
What's the difference between 12" standard weight and 180g heavy weight?
The vinyl chloride material used is about 120g for the standard vinyl and about 180g for the heavy vinyl. The 180g vinyl is thicker and heavier providing a clearer and sharper audio experience to the listener and is considered “audiophile grade”.
What's the difference between mono & stereo records?
Mono records supply the same audio output from both speakers. Stereo records are mastered to pan the sound between the two speakers, driving different audio signals through the left and right speakers. This technique mimics the effect listeners would have if listening to live music and provides a wholesome experience.
How to request for a specific vinyl?
If you're after a specific title that you don't see on our store, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can DM us on Instagram
Do you ship internationally?
Not at present. We plan to start shipping to our international community within the next two months (December 2022)