Hey, last month it was NAD stealing the Revox look.
This month, it's Moon stealing the Levinson look.
Maybe they can change their names to Moon Levinson, too.
Is carbon black magnetic?
I can't find any source saying it is.
Whenever you hear the words "Peter belt," cover your wallet and turn on your bullshit filter.
We gotta suss out this LP demagnetizing stuff!
I admit to some dubiosity on my part:
"...definitely removed a high-frequency glaze or glare and seemed to enrich the midband.."
You've been listening to gear for a long time, Mr. Fremer, why have we never heard you speak of this residual glaze and glare before?
The Continuum must not be as revealing as I thought, or you'd have said, "No matter how good a table I try, there's still that last bit of glaze and glare I just can't seem to get rid of."
I smell a placebo effect here.
I saw it hit mass levels at the T.H.E Show when that magic chip we placed on a CD player would "treat" CD's as they played.
No offense, but I've lived through enough bullshit breakthroughs that I want some more curiosity about this stuff from you guys.
"Some people told me there's magnetic or magnetizable bits in LP's" isn't good enough.
So many questions...
Suggestion: switch your AC plug, or switch wires in your AC outlet and see if those things can magnetize a record.
Should be measurable at some level. Comparative tracings? Stick it to the door of your fridge?
I look forward to seeing the discussion about this this latest and greatest Peter belt "approved" product!
(No flames intended, I just want my reviewers to be thorough.)