"With LPs getting rarer, many vinyl enthusiasts
want to keep their collections in pristine condition. The Moth RCM,
used properly, will make your best discs sound better, and salvage
quite a few noisy LPs that would have been unplayable without
treatment. Your stylus cartridge will last longer too."
"Being a keen secondhand record collector I will
be reluctant to give back the Moth RCM and can heartily recommend it to
Hi-Fi Choice Magazine
"Before I begin this review I think it important
to make a few things plain about this machine.
1. IF you have lots (say 500+) of records.
2. IF you ever buy second hand records.
3. IF your house has any dust at all ?
YOU MUST BUY THIS MACHINE...
Wow! - What a statement, and one I doubt if I'll
ever make again. I suppose I'd better justify this otherwise my
credibility, as TNT's cheapskate, will go out of the window...
Firstly this machine is, as far as I know, unique in that it is
available as a kit for around 200 pounds sterling or ready made for 400
pounds. To put that in perspective, as if I needed to, that's the cost
of a decent second hand LP12/Ittok or 400 records from a car boot
TNT Audio (www.tnt-audio.com)