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... more smoothly on a turntable thanks to their weight, but the benefits end there ... 180g Vinyl - 180g-vinyl.com ... . 180 gram vinyl has been the subject of much debate among record nerds. Are thicker and heavier records actually "better" and if so, why? While some misconceptions exist, there's nothing really noteworthy about heavyweight vinyl. That doesn't mean there are no benefits to be gained from 180g, or even 200-220g vinyl LP's. The words "180 Gram Vinyl" have been the cause for many misunderstandings and ... Is 180GR Vinyl Really that Good? - YouTube ... . The words "180 Gram Vinyl" have been the cause for many misunderstandings and debate among the audiophile and vinyl records community. Unnecessarily so, I would say, there is nothing magical about heavyweight vinyl, and certainly some myths float over those shiny 180g stickers on the record covers, but that doesn't mean there are no benefits from pressing 180g or even 200g vinyl LP's. Andy White - Rave on Andy White LP. Released 26th October 2018 Remastered and pressed on 180g WHITE vinyl, the album is packaged in a newly designed gatefold sleeve and inner bag, to do this re-issue of Andy's 1986 debut album the justice it deserves. Heavyweight 180g Vinyl can reduce the amount of wow and flutter audible on a record, the larger mass enables the platter to move at a more continuous speed. However on low end turntable the added weight can cause extra pressure and friction on the platter. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. ... In this episode, I talk about my opinion of 180GR vinyl. Intro music (royalty free) by Y...