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WTB: ORB DF-01iA High-end Audio Vinyl LP Record Flattener or similar


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Item:  Vinyl Flattener ORB or Furutech
Price Range: negotiable
Item Condition: New or Used
Extra Info:  I'm tired of buying vinyl that is warped and going through the hassle of sending it back or wearing a loss.

 

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