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MILTY ZEROSTAT 3: Lower Static and Dump Your Dust - The Audiophile Man
Milty intends it to be part of your vinyl care routine, Paul Rigby reviews its Zerostat 3 and tests its effectiveness as an anti-static tool I will always be grateful to my parents. I must have been 14 when I received my first hi-fi. We were pretty poor so any new hi-fi was a major deal. It was a Technics SL-B2 turntable and Grado cartridge, Denyo AU3000M integrated amp (anyone remember that one?), JVC KC33 cassette deck, Wharfedale Shelton speakers (whose tweeters would regularly blow because I pushed them too hard), QED stands and 79-strand cable. Vinyl care was handled by a Milty Pixall Roller (the larger barrelled Mk.1 then the relatively svelte Mk.II) and…a Zerostat. The roller to pick up the hardcore grime and the Zerostat to remove static. I was a convert back when I was 14, I am now. Many were not and are still not. Hi-fi, like any hobby or interest, is full of different people with differing views and beliefs. Many of whom disagree with each on various points, often with a passion. Take the subject of cables, as one prime example and point of diverse opinion. Often, the problem is a lack of action on …