The sound quality and durability of vinyl records is highly dependent on the quality of the vinyl. During the early 1970s, as a cost-cutting move, much of the industry began reducing the thickness and quality of vinyl used in mass-market manufacturing. The technique was marketed by RCA Victor as the Dynaflex (125 g) process, but was considered inferior by most record collectors. Most vinyl records are pressed from a mix of 70% virgin and 30% recycled vinyl.
Amalia Rodriques ~ Columbia records.
33 Vinyl ~ 10″
⇒ MATERIALISM VALUE EQUIVALENT: 30€
LOUIS ARMSTRONG ALL STARS SATCHMO IN PASADENA / 10″ BRUNSWICK VINYL LP
⇒ MATERIALISM VALUE EQUIVALENT: 50€