- 1 Can you play a flexi disc on a record player?
- 2 Are flexi discs valuable?
- 3 What is a picture Flexi?
- 4 What is a flexi 7?
- 5 How thin is a record?
- 6 How are picture discs made?
- 7 Can you still buy records?
- 8 What does flexi mean?
- 9 What is a lathe cut record?
- 10 How much does it cost to press a 7 inch vinyl?
Can you play a flexi disc on a record player?
True to their name, flexi discs are records pressed onto a thin, flexible surface and can be played on a standard turntable. Most flexi discs are manufactured from sheets of PVC but they can also be made out of a resin-coated cardboard or embossed paper.
Are flexi discs valuable?
It is estimated that fewer than 100 of the discs will ever be found and they will be a valuable collector’s item for many years.
What is a picture Flexi?
The FLEXI is a phonograph record made of a thin, flexible vinyl (or paper) sheet with a molded-in spiral stylus groove, and is designed to be playable on a normal phonograph turntable.
What is a flexi 7?
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How thin is a record?
Most solid ones are 180 grams and the lower the gram the thinner they are. I’m not sure if that causes better sound(but i do know it is less likely to warp). My Floyd album Animals is super thin and most of my modern lp’s are around 180 grams and thick, but i don’t really hear the difference.
How are picture discs made?
Picture Discs are made by sandwiching a vinyl “puck” with printed labels and then adding layers of plastic laminate to each side which the grooves are pressed into. Although audibly inferior to standard vinyl, they still sound ok but the true beauty of this product is in the visuals.
Can you still buy records?
There are plenty of options out there where you can still get vinyl and CDs delivered to you. Many of the great individual record stores are still open, and now would be a marvelous time to support them. Just like Discogs, you can snare releases directly from a record shop’s eBay storefront as well.
What does flexi mean?
(ˈflɛksɪˌtaɪm ) or flextime (ˈflɛksˌtaɪm ) noun. a system permitting flexibility of working hours at the beginning or end of the day, provided an agreed period of each day ( core time) is spent at work. Also called (informal): flexi.
What is a lathe cut record?
Lathe-cut records are made by cutting micro-grooves into a polycarbonate disc using a record lathe. How do they sound? The sound reproduction is not as accurate as a vinyl pressing and there is some surface noise, comparable to a flexi-disc or an old 78, if you remember those.
How much does it cost to press a 7 inch vinyl?
45 RPM: suggested speed for a 7”. Optimal timing is 2:30 – 4:00 minutes but can contain up to 6 minutes with some sound and volume drop off. 33 ⅓ RPM: Can fit up to 5-8 minutes. Furnace does not recommend pressing 7”s at 33 ⅓ do to possible sound quality and playability concerns.