Audiophile's Only


This is a new vinyl pressing plant in Vietnam. We has all facilities from analog recording studio , mastering and cutting lacquer, gavanic, pressing vinyl. The owner is an audiophile so his main objective is making the best quality vinyl record and produce the purist sound for audiophiles and others who demand the best for their expensive hi end system .

OPTIONS

Size 12"

RPM 33 RPM, 45 RPM

Vinyl Color Black

Min quantity 500

Weight 130 gr, 140 gr, 180 gr

Heavy vinyl

Centre labels One colour, Full colour

Turnaround time < 1 month

Test pressing

Lacquer cutting

Equipment

Recording section : Studer A820 mk2 24 tracks. Neve mixing console with 1084 classic EQ. Neumann tube microphone. Lyrec SV10 cutting lathe with Ortofon cutting amp
Westlake audio and Mark Levinson with full zensati cable for the monitor section.
There are two lended pressing machines imported from the US.

Comments

Sunny

Yes this is the Lyrec which i brought from Holland. So as you said it must be a SV8s with the Sean David pitch controler. The Lyrec's parts is not shipping to my company. So i am still very interested in how many Lyrec lathes still available now ,? Very happy to know you Mr Nowill.

Oct. 6, 2017, 7:11 a.m.

Nowill

Were the Lyrec spare parts [found after sv10?/sv8s? was shipped to Vietnam by Vremus's assistant engineer] also shipped to you.I ask as I'm interested in how many Lyrecs survive & said assistant would not give me an answer re spare parts.In terms of machines I know of there is Pete Hutchinson-Electric Mastering , Roberto Barbolini in Italy ,Myself , Chris Hanson @ music house & a machine in storage in Jamaica.There were two other complete Lyrec systems , one in Alma Ata in Kazakistan , another in Peking china.It is not known if these machines survive.Pete Hutchinson's machine mastered records for Balkantron in Sofia Bulgaria.RTE Ireland had a Lyrec-sold early 1990s-not sure where this is now.Lewis Durham is a Lyrec owner too.

Oct. 1, 2017, 6:27 p.m.

Nowill

Lyrec sv10 .Did this machine come from Ted Vremus Holland [previously used at Foon Mastering]?.I thought it was an SV8s with new pitch control motors built by S.W.Davies-I'm using the old motors in my Lyrec lathe purchased in Moscow in 1995-interesting.Good to know the machine will go on mastering records as Foon's machine was of excellent quality.

Sept. 30, 2017, 10:54 p.m.

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Comments

Sunny

Yes this is the Lyrec which i brought from Holland. So as you said it must be a SV8s with the Sean David pitch controler. The Lyrec's parts is not shipping to my company. So i am still very interested in how many Lyrec lathes still available now ,? Very happy to know you Mr Nowill.

Oct. 6, 2017, 7:11 a.m.

Nowill

Were the Lyrec spare parts [found after sv10?/sv8s? was shipped to Vietnam by Vremus's assistant engineer] also shipped to you.I ask as I'm interested in how many Lyrecs survive & said assistant would not give me an answer re spare parts.In terms of machines I know of there is Pete Hutchinson-Electric Mastering , Roberto Barbolini in Italy ,Myself , Chris Hanson @ music house & a machine in storage in Jamaica.There were two other complete Lyrec systems , one in Alma Ata in Kazakistan , another in Peking china.It is not known if these machines survive.Pete Hutchinson's machine mastered records for Balkantron in Sofia Bulgaria.RTE Ireland had a Lyrec-sold early 1990s-not sure where this is now.Lewis Durham is a Lyrec owner too.

Oct. 1, 2017, 6:27 p.m.

Nowill

Lyrec sv10 .Did this machine come from Ted Vremus Holland [previously used at Foon Mastering]?.I thought it was an SV8s with new pitch control motors built by S.W.Davies-I'm using the old motors in my Lyrec lathe purchased in Moscow in 1995-interesting.Good to know the machine will go on mastering records as Foon's machine was of excellent quality.

Sept. 30, 2017, 10:54 p.m.

Audiophile's Only

Vinyl Pressing Plant

Master Disc Cutting

Established in2017

CountryVietnam

CityHo Chi Minh city

Address104B Tran Quoc Toan Ward 7 District 3

Phone+84 90 938 93 89

Contact personSunny Lau (Director)

Emaillaunhatduy@gmail.com

Website http://www.audiophilesonly.com