A Musician's Feedback

Hi Kevin, 

I washed a new LP and a used one.

The used on tried the spray and there was no white foam.

Listened to the new LP: AWESOME!
listened to the used one: hmmm. After a few minutes white goo collecting at the needle.

Washed again, the same.
Washed it again, still.

Washed the fourth time: FREAKING AWESOME!!!!!!!!! (no white goo)….

…Still learning, but I get even very emotional listening. So freaking unbelievable what it does!!!!!

This piece of equipment is indispensable!
You know that I am a pioneer trying to better the art of reproduction, in that light the importance of the cleaner can't be overstated! WOW! WOW! WOW!

(My previous cleaner a VPI HW17 I think can't even come close, a total different league, incomparable)

I am now telling other people that instead of paying 4000 EUR for a turntable, better buy a cheaper one and this cleaning device. 

The improvement is pivotal to me. It gives me improvements in areas that still had my attention. Of course as I always say: you can never improve or better compensate on other places that where it goes wrong. My work has been to research where what goes wrong and how to improve it, turning every stone. This is one of the MAJOR breakthroughs. This is a once in a few years kind of breakthrough. 

It is only a few years ago a feeling of the path to commercial use of my designs was breaking through. The ICX version was a big step enhancing this feeling / knowing. I must say that the record cleaner did a lot on sinking that further in. I feel much firmer in the driver seat so to speak. I hope you understand what I say. 

Best regards, Frans Muys van de Moer, (Musician, Bass Guitarist, former bass player of Ekseption, Studied at the Conservatory and is a high-end audio developer of bespoke amplifiers and power supplies).


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