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Antistatic Carbon Fiber Record Cleaning Arm | 2019 Holiday Blowout

Antistatic Carbon Fiber Record Cleaning Arm | 2019 Holiday Blowout

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Remove dust & static while spinning
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Carbon Fiber Cleaning Brush Arm

If you are looking for a modern version of Audio Technica's AT6002 known as the Autocleanica or similar, this is our modern quality all metal solution. Well, except for the carbon brush!

Cleans records as you play - reduces record and stylus wear by keeping those grooves dusted while you play - Eliminates static build-up. Will not interfere with tracking force and anti-skate like the brush that attaches directly to your tonearm. This is because it mounts on the left side of your deck and so does not interfere with any tonearm operations.

(from the box)
Instructions:
1. The Antistatic Carbon Fiber Record Cleaning Arm may be placed in any convenient position around the turntable. For best performance the base of the unit should be fixed at the distance at which the carbon brush can reach the center of the turntable.
2. Adjust the height of the cleaning arm so that it is parallel to the record surface, then tighten the set screw in the base. Optimum pressure is provided by adjusting the position of the slide-weight on the arm.
3. This cleaner is designed with a conduction path from the tip of the carbon fiber brush to the base. Using the ground wire supplied, plug one end to the base and connect the other end to your systems ground terminal. Use of this ground wire will dissipate static charges and reduce the attraction of airborne dust during playback.

3 Stars
Well manufactured article
Handsome and well manufactured, includes a grounding wire, not shown. Collects considerably less dust than the ungrounded, plastic Watts Dust Bug of yore. Brush only contacts disc when sliding weight is as close as possible to the brush. In sum, won't hurt but may not help much.
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Reviewed by:  from Madison, WI. on 12/28/2012
3
3 Stars
Mr.
Tonars Anti-Static Brush is a good quality made unit. However, installation instructions are poor at best - I have had the unit for a month and a half now and I’m still trying to find the best base location for complete album tracking by the brush. Also, getting the unit located so it will track at the same speed as the needle is a challenge without proper installation instructions.
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Reviewed by:  from South Carolina. on 10/23/2012
3
4 Stars
Tonar Brush review
It does a decent job picking up dust from the record. The instructions say to affix it to a spot where the brush reaches the spindle using the two-sided tape provided. However, I find that I need to move it around when I play different records as it sometimes tracks faster or slower, depending on the disc. Also, it claims to discharge static but I doubt the effectiveness of this feature. It's not perfect, but it's probably the best of this type of device out there.
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Reviewed by:  from Soouthern California. on 12/6/2012
4
5 Stars
Effective Dust?Static Brush
Been looking for a dust/static brush like the stablizer on Shure's M97xE. Not made except for V15 M97xE. so this standalone brush-arm is the next best thing. The calibration for spin-rate is not as big a deal as some make it. Well made, durable and well designed!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from San Francisco, CA. on 1/13/2018
5
5 Stars
turntable dude
if you own a direct drive servo-moter turntable, you must have one of these!!! i am very pleased that after years of searching, it is now a reality.did i mention VERY pleased?
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Reviewed by:  from orlando flori-duh. on 7/3/2017
5
5 Stars
Antistatic Carbon Fiber Record Cleaning Arm
Just what I wanted. Keeps the static pops from being a distraction. It seems to work very well on my Rotel RP-5300 and Pioneer PL-12D turntables. It is worth taking the time to setup and use for each LP played.
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Reviewed by:  from N.W. Washington. on 7/4/2019
5
5 Stars
very nice
Well made and thought out, highly recomended.
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Reviewed by:  from Long Island. on 1/7/2019
5
5 Stars
No longer need an anti-static gun
It does as advertised, removes a records static charge to ground. No need for an anti static gun, has a carbon fiber brush that sort of cleans as it allows the static electricity a way to ground. Some tome spent adjusting the place to mount it and some time spent adjusting it's traveling rate across the record will reap large benefits.
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Reviewed by:  from Chas,SC. on 11/4/2018
5
5 Stars
An Immediate Improvement
I was really amazed! I immediately noticed a significant reduction in static-caused pops and clicks. Quiet passages of the music were, well, quiet! This includes the breaks between tracks. I had hoped this would make some difference; maybe even enough to postpone buying the "anti-static gun" for a while, but now I've put the gun purchase on indefinite hold. Does this cleaning arm eliminate ALL static? I would say no, but the difference is so significant that, for the price, I can live with just this accessory for quite a while. Now, to everyone's complaint about it being difficult to get the arm to track and follow the stylus on the record. Maybe it's just me, but I had it tracking correctly by the time I got to the second side of the first record I played. Yes, it is finicky, but my suggestion is that once you think you have the sliding weight correctly placed, adjust it in VERY slight increments to get the desired results. A very slight movement of that weight makes a significant difference in the tracking speed. Remember that moving the weight further away from the pivot makes the arm track faster, and the ideal is to have the brush tracking directly in line with the stylus. The other thing to remember is that you MUST connect the wire from the arm to Earth ground. If your amp/receiver is connected to an Earth ground (as in ground rod/copper water pipe, which of course, it should be!),then just tie the arm wire to the ground screw on your component. I have a dedicated stereo component ground wire going directly from my amp to a ground rod. For the price of this accessory, I can't recommend it strongly enough! VERY pleased with delivery time as well.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Jay, Maine. on 5/8/2018
5
5 Stars
eview
Excellent
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Reviewed by:  from Home. on 2/6/2018
5
5 Stars
Surprising
I use this constantly! I am often surprised at how much dust it collects even after cleaning LP before playing AND using a Shure V15 with the brush down. A little tricky to handle; but I won't subtract a star because of the great performance.
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Reviewed by:  from NJ. on 10/17/2015
5
4 Stars
Nice working arm
The arm does what it should do. Placing is critical and the loose weight is too loose on the arm.
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Reviewed by:  from The Netherlands. on 1/12/2015
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