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I have no experience with Ooma but I use a device by ObiTalk and couldn't be happier. You buy the device and it works free with Google or for a small fee with many other providers. It was easy to set up and I've used it for several months now without a single hiccup and the sound quality is far superior to the damn Verizon landline I was paying $40/month for. I just hooked to my house phone wiring and kept using my same wireless phones.


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Anyone use Oooma?They're running sales this week and looks almost to good to be true.The only thing I watch on TV is baseball and I can access that and get around any blackouts with a VPN.I could wind up dumping my triple play and just paying for internet and save about $50 a month.

Ooma Telo works differently from most voice-over-IP (VoIP) services: You pay for the Telo device that connects a standard landline phone to your Internet connection, but you don't have to pay a monthly service fee as you do with Vonage$25.99 at Vonage and others. Ooma is distinguished by super-easy setup, a spiffy table-top adapter with a speaker, a user-friendly Web interface, clear voice quality, and low cost—just about everything you'd want from an Internet-based landline replacement service.
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Posted: Oct 29, 2015 - 6:38pm

 kurtster wrote:

I hit refresh and missed this earlier.

 Funny you should mention eyeglass cleaner.  I called the company that supplies our shop with it this morning and asked what they thought about using it for record cleaning in the solution tank.  Nanofilms USA, which is local for me.  I'm starting an email chain with a guy in their R&D dept and going to donate some beat up LP's to the cause.

I've been using it for years cleaning CD's (which are really just lacquer coated polycarbonate/aluminum sammichs), monitor screens and even the inside of the windshield in our cars.  Its really great stuff, especially if you get it free.

I've got too many LP's to clean em like you do.  I need an assembly line thing, so a tank spinner is where I'm headed and using eyeglass cleaner in the tank is what I'm thinking. In addition, I've come to understand that brand new records should be washed to get mold releasing agents off of them before playing.  

 
I make my own cleaner from distilled water, a few percent 99% Iso and a surfactant to break the surface tension so the liquid can get down in the grooves. I have over 4000 LP's so I only clean them as I play them and mark the jacket with a small circle sticker to remind me of which ones I already cleaned.
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 9:49pm

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I have a  very low tech approach that seems to do the job.  First i use eye glass cleaner and one of those eye glass cleaner clothes.  then I use a fine hair paint brush from Ace Hardware, and finally I have one of these antistatic brushes (for tv screens) i got for free at some conference a few years back.  Seems to do a pretty good job cleaning even old albums. 

 
I hit refresh and missed this earlier.

 Funny you should mention eyeglass cleaner.  I called the company that supplies our shop with it this morning and asked what they thought about using it for record cleaning in the solution tank.  Nanofilms USA, which is local for me.  I'm starting an email chain with a guy in their R&D dept and going to donate some beat up LP's to the cause.

I've been using it for years cleaning CD's (which are really just lacquer coated polycarbonate/aluminum sammichs), monitor screens and even the inside of the windshield in our cars.  Its really great stuff, especially if you get it free.

I've got too many LP's to clean em like you do.  I need an assembly line thing, so a tank spinner is where I'm headed and using eyeglass cleaner in the tank is what I'm thinking. In addition, I've come to understand that brand new records should be washed to get mold releasing agents off of them before playing.  
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 9:47pm

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Great minds and whatnot (last comment especially)

 
Cool story! The packing peanuts demos that it works/does something useful.  Excellent.

And that's what sisters are for ... :-) 
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 3:16pm

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Hah!  A white Zerostat you say?  Albino!  Could be rare!  Mine is shiny red plastic, not this fancy-ass satin finish as displayed in this pic.  And mine doesn't have the black nose-guard, ear-barrier what have you, that this one sports.  Clearly I have a first gen product, or something.  And yeah! A) that thing is split!  Good luck selling it!  I recall the fabric changed over time, as the fabric on mine isn't like that.  2) Of course, a brush to clean a brush,  Makes perfect sense.  Or something.  I don't recall test driving the thing on myself.  Perhaps I should zap over to the mall and test it on some unsuspecting teens.   

 
Great minds and whatnot (last comment especially)


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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 2:47pm

 Beaker wrote:

Hah!  A white Zerostat you say?  Albino!  Could be rare!  Mine is shiny red plastic, not this fancy-ass satin finish as displayed in this pic.  And mine doesn't have the black nose-guard, ear-barrier what have you, that this one sports.  Clearly I have a first gen product, or something.  And yeah! A) that thing is split!  Good luck selling it!  I recall the fabric changed over time, as the fabric on mine isn't like that.  2) Of course, a brush to clean a brush,  Makes perfect sense.  Or something.  I don't recall test driving the thing on myself.  Perhaps I should zap over to the mall and test it on some unsuspecting teens.   

 
And they will respond by sticking you with a knife no doubt.

And the Discwasher  was best known for rearranging any loose smaller particles to different parts of the LP while some of the larger visible ones stuck to the brush so you'd think its doing something. Then you had to use the other brush to try and get those visible particles off the bigger brush.

At least the VPI will suck off most some of the particles while they are still suspended in the fluid.


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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 2:20pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

Yeah, same kit, my Zerostat was white. I think the box cost $60 in 1978...  $220 in 2015 dollars. I like how: A) their discwasher thing is split out (that velvet fabric must have shed, don't you think?) and 2) there's a cleaner to use to clean your cleaner with.
 
edit: I remember now... that zerostat did something... it says Keep out of reach of children... I used to click it into my arm to test it. Gave a little snap. 

 
Hah!  A white Zerostat you say?  Albino!  Could be rare!  Mine is shiny red plastic, not this fancy-ass satin finish as displayed in this pic.  And mine doesn't have the black nose-guard, ear-barrier what have you, that this one sports.  Clearly I have a first gen product, or something.  And yeah! A) that thing is split!  Good luck selling it!  I recall the fabric changed over time, as the fabric on mine isn't like that.  2) Of course, a brush to clean a brush,  Makes perfect sense.  Or something.  I don't recall test driving the thing on myself.  Perhaps I should zap over to the mall and test it on some unsuspecting teens.   
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 8:54am

 kurtster wrote:

Done !  Especially like that it uses incandescents.  Everything else is LED and the price is a no brainer.

 

 
You can also switch between lighting from above or below which can bring out more detail. It also separates from the stand so you can use it handheld. Its a toy but its actually useful.


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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 8:35am

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This is type of "Toy" usb microscope I use. Got it for $3 at a garage sale.
Works great for styli. 

I still have my Discwasher and Zerostat also. But I use a VPI I bought 30 years ago and make my own fluid and I rebuild the pickup tube myself with velour from Mal-Wart.
For general LP cleaning I use a carbon fiber brush as it works a lot better than the Discwasher and it conveniently discharges any static on a record through your own body.
Whenever I sell a cartridge on Fleabay I always include a scope pic or 2 so they know exact;y what they are getting.

 
Done !  Especially like that it uses incandescents.  Everything else is LED and the price is a no brainer.

 
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 7:34am

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Thanks.  Just spent two days scouring fleabay and amazon.  Looked at some usb scopes and lot's of carts.  I guess I should pick up a scope, even if its rarely used, got me going hmmm.  No one left here in Cleveburg where I can take the carts in and have inspected.  The last good audio store closed a couple of years ago as I discovered digging.  Seems playing vinyl as a segment of the brick and mortars is so small that there is only one store left that has a show room of sorts.

So i ended up buying a hopefully lightly used AT 14 on fleabay after a lot of hemming and hawing.  Seems that a couple of hoards of cartridges have been recently found and there is a lot more available than the last time I looked around a year ago.  I did find a brand new as in never used, AT 20Sa , the macdaddy of all shibata's in Germany for $1200, but it would break the bank and I would get killed for doing it.

So now it's time to load up on some tools and brushes and what not.

New question.  Record cleaning.  Can't afford a VPI, so is a Spin Clean worthwhile or is there a Nitty Gritty cleaner worth getting instead for a couple of hundred more ?  The head is still spinning from all the looking around.

 

This is type of "Toy" usb microscope I use. Got it for $3 at a garage sale.
Works great for styli. 

I still have my Discwasher and Zerostat also. But I use a VPI I bought 30 years ago and make my own fluid and I rebuild the pickup tube myself with velour from Mal-Wart.
For general LP cleaning I use a carbon fiber brush as it works a lot better than the Discwasher and it conveniently discharges any static on a record through your own body.
Whenever I sell a cartridge on Fleabay I always include a scope pic or 2 so they know exact;y what they are getting.
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 7:00am

 Beaker wrote:

Oh bummer! There's a Zerostat 3 !



I think mine is the original, or something.  Must mean it's worth price x10. 

 
Yeah, same kit, my Zerostat was white. I think the box cost $60 in 1978...  $220 in 2015 dollars. I like how: A) their discwasher thing is split out (that velvet fabric must have shed, don't you think?) and 2) there's a cleaner to use to clean your cleaner with.
 
edit: I remember now... that zerostat did something... it says Keep out of reach of children... I used to click it into my arm to test it. Gave a little snap. 
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 6:54am

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Thanks very much.  Several things there being considered too including the MFSL brush and the tone arm style brush.

Yeah, the Zerostat, I was going to ask, but it seems to be the lowest on my list of must haves.  In my studying, I saw a recommendation for a sticky roller to clean the turntable mat.  That one had me at hello, specially since I have a fiber mat.  Gotta get a strobe light for my spare Dual TT.
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edit: game changing info, very much appreciated.  Might get two units, one for washing and one for rinsing.

 
I have a  very low tech approach that seems to do the job.  First i use eye glass cleaner and one of those eye glass cleaner clothes.  then I use a fine hair paint brush from Ace Hardware, and finally I have one of these antistatic brushes (for tv screens) i got for free at some conference a few years back.  Seems to do a pretty good job cleaning even old albums. 
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 6:34am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

Same set I have. Probably at my dad's somewhere.

 
Oh bummer! There's a Zerostat 3 !



I think mine is the original, or something.  Must mean it's worth price x10. 
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 6:06am

 Beaker wrote:

Heh.  I'm looking at a big block of walnut  with a plastic cover filled with Discwasher goodies.  A D4 brush, carbon fibre needle cleaner in a fancy walnut handle & original fluid, & a Zerostat! 

Taking bids ... :-)

Yeah, probably not. 

And to your question: not used very damn often.  Seemed dubious.

 
Same set I have. Probably at my dad's somewhere.
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 6:05am

 kurtster wrote:

Thanks very much.  Several things there being considered too including the MFSL brush and the tone arm style brush.

Yeah, the Zerostat, I was going to ask, but it seems to be the lowest on my list of must haves.  In my studying, I saw a recommendation for a sticky roller to clean the turntable mat.  That one had me at hello, specially since I have a fiber mat.  Gotta get a strobe light for my spare Dual TT.
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edit: game changing info, very much appreciated.  Might get two units, one for washing and one for rinsing.

 
Re: the Zerostat, I had better luck with a carbon-fiber mat between the rubber platter and the record. The premise was that it bled the static away via the metal spindle but I think it just kept rubber/plastic friction from happening. I discarded or bypassed any inner sleeves that were glossy paper or plastic too. The uncoated paper didn't generate terrible amounts of static.
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 6:02am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

Procrastinating, I looked up a Spin Clean and found this guy who recommends a different machine (about 7 or 8 down the list).  Might have to order from Knosti. Another guy says to discard the fluid every few records; he makes his own with distilled water and a rinse agent like Jet Dry?

I also used to have a Zerostat gun. Did anyone ever actually measure those things, or is it just voodoo?
 
edit: US Source for the Knosti, read the "From Us" section in the description: they import it without the fluid and talk about mixing your own.

 
Heh.  I'm looking at a big block of walnut  with a plastic cover filled with Discwasher goodies.  A D4 brush, carbon fibre needle cleaner in a fancy walnut handle & original fluid, & a Zerostat! 

Taking bids ... :-)

Yeah, probably not. 

And to your question: not used very damn often.  Seemed dubious.


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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 5:29am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

Procrastinating, I looked up a Spin Clean and found this guy who recommends a different machine (about 7 or 8 down the list).  Might have to order from Knosti. Another guy says to discard the fluid every few records; he makes his own with distilled water and a rinse agent like Jet Dry?

I also used to have a Zerostat gun. Did anyone ever actually measure those things, or is it just voodoo?
 
edit: US Source for the Knosti, read the "From Us" section in the description: they import it without the fluid and talk about mixing your own.

 
Thanks very much.  Several things there being considered too including the MFSL brush and the tone arm style brush.

Yeah, the Zerostat, I was going to ask, but it seems to be the lowest on my list of must haves.  In my studying, I saw a recommendation for a sticky roller to clean the turntable mat.  That one had me at hello, specially since I have a fiber mat.  Gotta get a strobe light for my spare Dual TT.
.
edit: game changing info, very much appreciated.  Might get two units, one for washing and one for rinsing.


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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 5:16am

 kurtster wrote:
New question.  Record cleaning.  Can't afford a VPI, so is a Spin Clean worthwhile or is there a Nitty Gritty cleaner worth getting instead for a couple of hundred more ?  The head is still spinning from all the looking around.

 
Procrastinating, I looked up a Spin Clean and found this guy who recommends a different machine (about 7 or 8 down the list).  Might have to order from Knosti. Another guy says to discard the fluid every few records; he makes his own with distilled water and a rinse agent like Jet Dry?

I also used to have a Zerostat gun. Did anyone ever actually measure those things, or is it just voodoo?
 
edit: US Source for the Knosti, read the "From Us" section in the description: they import it without the fluid and talk about mixing your own.
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Posted: Oct 28, 2015 - 4:37am

 DaveInVA wrote:

The Shibata  runs lower in the groove than a standard elliptical as its a more of a line contact profile. So if it looks like it has a "Shoulder" warn into it then it has wear. I use a "toy" usb microscope to examine styli as you can blow the pic up bigger and save pics. There should not be much of a shoulder. 

 
Thanks.  Just spent two days scouring fleabay and amazon.  Looked at some usb scopes and lot's of carts.  I guess I should pick up a scope, even if its rarely used, got me going hmmm.  No one left here in Cleveburg where I can take the carts in and have inspected.  The last good audio store closed a couple of years ago as I discovered digging.  Seems playing vinyl as a segment of the brick and mortars is so small that there is only one store left that has a show room of sorts.

So i ended up buying a hopefully lightly used AT 14 on fleabay after a lot of hemming and hawing.  Seems that a couple of hoards of cartridges have been recently found and there is a lot more available than the last time I looked around a year ago.  I did find a brand new as in never used, AT 20Sa , the macdaddy of all shibata's in Germany for $1200, but it would break the bank and I would get killed for doing it.

So now it's time to load up on some tools and brushes and what not.

New question.  Record cleaning.  Can't afford a VPI, so is a Spin Clean worthwhile or is there a Nitty Gritty cleaner worth getting instead for a couple of hundred more ?  The head is still spinning from all the looking around.
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