Top Vinyl Record Accessories For Every Collector

Are you looking to expand your horizons and buy some of the best accessories for record players on the market today? Are you often, say, plagued by static? Are you simply looking for a way to negate the effect of warped records?

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1. Vinyl Wall Displays If you are the type of record collector who is in this business purely for reasons pertaining to showing off, then this will no doubt be one of your most important accessories for your all-in-one record player.

2. Record Sleeves If you are the type of record collector who is in this business purely for reasons pertaining to showing off, then this will no doubt be one of your most important accessories for your all-in-one record player.

3. Record Dividers There’s not much worse than not being able to find a record on the fly – if you are not the kind of person that is already storing records properly, then you best get to it! Not only will it save you a whole host of headaches in terms of organization but you are also guaranteed to have a record collection that lasts.

4. Vinyl Stand Here we have another accessory for record collectors who are more exhibitionist in temperament, a stand upon which you can place the sleeve for the record that is currently being played, thereby showing everyone present that you are a really cool person.

5. Alignment Tool Any audiophile worth their salt will have something akin to this kind of alignment tool. After all, in the world of audiophilia, the name of the game is to be as precise as possible, even in the face of impossible odds like, say, your wife or husband leaving you because your obsession has gone too far.

6. Tracking Force Gauge This digital tracking force gauge is just such a tool, allowing you to accurately measure the tracking force via digital means. The alignment tool is a throwback to math class where you might have to use a protractor to work out some problem on paper that might never find a real-world application.

7. Single Adapter If you are the kind of audiophile that likes to collect 7-inch records as well as 12-inch vinyl record types, then you might want to invest in an adapter like this. Though many more recently pressed 7-inch records are equipped with an adapter like this, there was once a time when you needed to own an adapter of your own to play 7-inch records.