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Item Condition: Excellent Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Hawthorn State: Victoria Payment Method: Paypal, EFT, Cash on Pickup etc Reason for selling: Looking to upgrade and automate the RCM process Further information: I have had the Kirmuss since August 2018 (locally bought in Melbourne, 1st owner), probably have done around 400-500 records in this time. I also bought a Record Doctor v5 at the time to vacuum dry the records that came off the Kirmuss wet. I found this way worked very well and you could clean a batch of 30-50 records (dependent on water cleanliness) in a few hours You can clean 2x12 Inch records on the Kirmuss move those to the Record Doctor for vacuum dry and then lay the records out on lint free cloth for up to 1 hour to dry before putting into clean inner sleeves.
The RRP of a new Kirmuss (same model) is now $2800
Most original items are included, including the cloth, mat, plastic drain pipe, camel hair brush, instructions, a couple of extra cleaning pads, power cord
Used consumable items originally included:
1) The included cleaning fluid is included but is 90% gone but it really is not required (used for extra pre-clean). In the Kirmuss I used a combination of Distilled Water, Isopropyl Alchohol and Kodak Photo Flo 200
2) Stylus cleaning liquid that i never used, but it is missing
3) a record cleaning brush supplied is not included
Record Doctor v5
Selling both together as the Record Doctor is basically a giveaway to use in line with Kirmuss
includes brush, use guide and a full bottle of record cleaner
Note the 2nd last photo, shows the plastic liner on one section is loose from MDF in top left corner. Some glue would stick that back down
Kirmuss is the original double boxes and the Record Doctor comes in the original single box with foam support
By betty boop
folks, considering an ultrasonic record cleaner... of the more affordable variety... I am not planning to spend on one costing the same as a turntable.
And with more than my own share of home projects going on and plenty on the to do list no interest to be dong anything DIY in this regard.
So what are folks experience with Affordable ultrasonic record cleaning machines of the non DIY variety ...
theres this nobsound one on amazon - any thoughts or experience ?
nobsound on amazon
dont want to get one and find a waste of cash ? last thing world needs is more land fill
any good experiences with anything out there (non DIY - please and affordable)
Item: Okki Nokki MKI MKII RCM (White)
Location: Blue Mountains, Sydney
Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: NLR
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
EDIT: This is a MKII and not a MK1, as I first thought. This means it is manufactured in China (not Germany) and has a plastic instead of metal wand. Apologies for any confusion caused !
For sale is a MK II Okki Nokki record cleaner, purchased in 2014 from Krispy Audio. Included in the sale are wands for 12” and 7” records, a clamp, and dust cover. The cover and 7” wand are additional purchases and retail for $115 and $75 respectively, and the 7" wand is unused. The dust cover is a must IMO, as keeping dust from a RCM is pretty important !
The unit has seen mild to moderate use, and there are months where it’s barely used.
For anyone not familiar with the Okki Nokki, it is a wet - vacuum cleaning system, and works by first agitating debris from the record as it rotates via a brush placed along the grooves. After a few rotations (the unit has forward and reverse) the wand vacuums the liquid away, leaving you with a clean and hopefully crackle and pop - free record. It can’t perform miracles and fix a record retrieved from a dumpster, but for gunk, mould, fingerprints etc... it does a good job. And with the debris and detritus new records come with, it’s a good idea to clean everything, not just 2nd hand purchases. Your needle will thank you.
A few months after I received the unit, it had an issue with the vacuum cleaner which was easily fixed by a fuse replacement and was a common problem with this model. It has been trouble - free ever since.
The original brush is long gone, so you’ll need to grab something suitable. There are plenty of options, and of course you’ll need to arm yourself with a record cleaning concoction.
I’ll also throw in a back - up set of spare velvet strips, which attach to the 12” wand and should be changed about every 50 records.
Shipping is possible as I have the box for the unit, however I don’t have one for the dust cover and so preference is given to local pick-up.
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Item: Knosti Disco-Antistat
Location: Point Cook VIC 3030
Item Condition: Used
Reason for selling: No longer needed
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Purchased from another SNAer a few months ago and I never used it. Decided to go with an ultrasonic set up instead due to the volume of records that I have to clean.
Does not have the drying rack as it never came with the system when I purchased it (missing rack show in pic three).
Happy to post at buyers expense.