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AUDIO DESK GO ULTRASONIC: it's forever blowing bubbles - The Audiophile Man
Ultrasonics is an increasingly popular method of cleaning vinyl records. Paul Rigby reviews Audio Desk’s Ultrasonic Pro Vinyl Cleaner I had heard much about the ultrasonic methods of cleaning vinyl and was aware of some of the very expensive ultrasonic cleaners currently occupying the market such as the model offered by KL Audio for around £4,400 (in addition to one or two rather cheaper, Heath Robinson constructions at the other end of the scale). Up to this point, I must admit that I have had my doubts about ultrasonics and the technology’s capabilities when it came to vinyl cleaning but then became aware of the German, Audio Desk model designed by Rainer Gläss. As my curiosity was peaked and because I realised that I could now fully investigate such a cleaner for myself, I couldn’t wait to grab one for review. Once I had committed to the review, I undertook more extensive research and was astounded at just how widespread ultrasonics is in various industries. Ultrasonic cleaners come in all shapes and sizes. Some of them are very large indeed and can be used to clean complex pieces of machinery. Others are small and are used to clean circuit boards or are even …