78 Shellac Discs to WAV, CD and MP3 | Leading UK Audio Specialists
Any flat disc record, made between about 1898 and the late 1950s and playing at a speed around 78 revolutions per minute is called a "78" by collectors. Generally 78s are made of a brittle material which uses a shellac resin (thus their other name is shellac records). The sizes vary, but in general, the 10-inch size started becoming the standard size for 78 RPM records
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Records offer the best sound quality when turned at a higher RPM. But on the downside, when the RPM of a record increases, the playback time it offers decreases. Emile Burner, in 1888, created records that were played between 70 and 80 speeds. Following her, many audio manufacturers produced record players similarly – the players were 3600 RPM electric motor driven, making 78 RPM the standard record speed by 1925.
Our AudioVisual department uses professional equipment from Pro-Ject Audio Systems, which are widely recognised as one of the finest turntable manufacturers in the world. Using the very best in Pro-Ject Audio Systems using electronic speed control for 33/45 rpm manual speed change to play at 78 rpm. Perfect for professional audio transfers for corporate and consumer clients.
CORPORATE, HERITAGE & CONSUMER VINYL PRICE LIST
SHELLAC • 78RPM RECORDS • VINYLS • EPS
Output to Waveform Audio File Format (WAV, WAVE, BWF) AIFF, MP3 or CD
16-bit 44.1 kHz (CD) upto 24-bit 192 kHz.
|Vinyl LP Records||LP or 33prm Standard||30.00||27.50||25.00||20.00||17.50||15.00|
|Vinyl EPs||4-6 Tracks||20.00||17.50||15.00||12.50||10.00||8.00|
|Vinyl Singles||1-2 Tracks||16.00||14.00||12.00||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|Restoration if Required||Shellac/Acetate||60.00|
|LP Artwork - CD, Insert & Jewelcase||15.00|
|Additional CD Copies||5.00|