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The Killers

Pressure Machine

RM199.90

Kings Of Leon

WALLS

RM209.90

The Strokes

Angles

RM179.90

Kings Of Leon

Day Old Belgian Blues

RM179.90

Imagine Dragons

Mercury - Act 1

RM169.90

The Killers

Imploding The Mirage

RM149.90

Imagine Dragons

Night Visions

RM179.90

Kings Of Leon

Only By The Night

RM189.90

Imagine Dragons

Mercury - Act 2

RM269.90

The Killers

Day & Age

RM169.90

The Strokes

Angles

RM159.90

The Killers

Direct Hits

RM179.90

The Killers

Wonderful Wonderful

RM129.90

Kings Of Leon

When You See Yourself

RM179.90

The Strokes

The New Abnormal

RM219.90

Butterfingers

Selamat Tinggal Dunia

RM239.90

Welcome to Vinylvox: Your Ultimate Vinyl Record Store in Malaysia

Looking for the best vinyl shop in Malaysia to satisfy your analog music cravings? Look no further than Vinylvox! We are your premier vinyl records store, offering a vast collection of classic and contemporary vinyls for enthusiasts across Malaysia.

Why Vinylvox?

At Vinylvox, we pride ourselves on being more than just a record store. We are a community of passionate music lovers dedicated to preserving the timeless charm of vinyl records in the digital age. With our carefully curated selection of vinyls, encompassing genres from rock and jazz to hip-hop and electronic, we have something for every taste and preference.

What are vinyl records?

Vinyl records are analog sound storage mediums that consist of a flat disc with a spiral groove engraved on both sides. These grooves contain the audio information, which is played back using a turntable and a stylus (needle).

Why are vinyl records making a comeback?

Vinyl records offer a unique listening experience appreciated by audiophiles and music enthusiasts for their warm, rich sound quality and tactile interaction. Many collectors also value vinyl records as tangible artifacts and appreciate the album artwork and liner notes.

How do I clean and maintain my vinyl records?

Cleaning vinyl records is essential for preserving their sound quality and longevity. Use a carbon fiber brush or a record cleaning machine to remove dust and debris from the surface before playing. Store vinyl records vertically in protective inner and outer sleeves to prevent warping and damage.

What is the difference between 33 RPM and 45 RPM records?

Vinyl records are available in different playback speeds, commonly 33 1/3 revolutions per minute (RPM) for LPs (Long Play) and 45 RPM for singles and EPs (Extended Play). 33 RPM records typically contain full-length albums with longer playing times, while 45 RPM records are used for singles or shorter releases.

How do I know the condition of a vinyl record before purchasing?

When buying vinyl records, it’s essential to inspect both the visual and audible condition. Examine the record under a bright light for scratches, scuffs, or warping. Listen to the record to detect any audible imperfections such as pops, clicks, or distortion. Vinyl Records often use grading systems like Mint (M), Near Mint (NM), Very Good Plus (VG+), etc., to describe the condition.

Where can I buy vinyl records?

Vinyl records can be purchased from various sources, including local record stores, online retailers specializing in vinyl, record fairs, and swap meets. Explore different options and vinyl store in Malaysiau to find the best selection and deals for your vinyl collecting needs.

Can I play vintage vinyl records on modern turntables?

Yes, vintage vinyl records can be played on modern turntables equipped with a suitable stylus. However, it’s essential to ensure that the turntable’s settings are adjusted correctly to match the record’s playback speed (RPM) and size (e.g., 12-inch LP, 7-inch single).

Are there any special considerations for storing vinyl records?

Vinyl records should be stored vertically to prevent warping and damage to the grooves. Keep records in a cool, dry environment away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Invest in protective inner and outer sleeves to shield records from dust, moisture, and scratches. Reach out to your local vinyl shop for more storing guide.