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Turntable fabric dust cover - any recommendations?

Discussion in 'audio' started by Rug Doc, Sep 18, 2022.

  1. Rug Doc

    Rug Doc pfm Member

    Hi I would really like a black fabric cover for a turntable, seen loads on eBay, but no idea of quality. Has anyone purchased such a thing (or have one they no longer use and would sell on maybe?
     
  2. sq225917

    sq225917 Bit of this, bit of that

    To go over a lidded or nekid deck?
     
  3. Rug Doc

    Rug Doc pfm Member

    Lidded. Two decks, a Yamaha YP-D9 and a Technics 1200.
     
  4. Out to Lunch

    Out to Lunch Well-Known Member

    I use a black pillow case cover from Dunelm on my Amadeus.
     
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  5. cctaylor

    cctaylor pfm Member

    Might be worth approaching a local soft furnishings supplier, someone who makes curtains, pillows etc. Very easy for someone with a sewing machine to run up a cover. Four corner seams and hem round the edges.
     
  6. Pinky

    Pinky In suspense, not compressed

  7. Rug Doc

    Rug Doc pfm Member

    Aha! Thanks. Was loooking at that seller, thought it was good value.. do you have a pic? Is it a tight(ish) fit?
     
  8. windhoek

    windhoek The Phoolosopher

    I use a tea towel to cover my LP12 when it's not in use.
     
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  9. misterc6

    misterc6 Wasted and wounded, it ain’t what the moon did

  10. Pinky

    Pinky In suspense, not compressed

    The seller asks you to supply the dimensions you want so the fit is as tight as you want it to be. I added a cm in each dimension to mine so that it's easy to slip on and off. They also made me one for the power supply for a few quid more.
    If I can get a pic sorted I'll post it later.
     
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  11. Mr Pig

    Mr Pig Trade: ^'- -'^

    Make one? How hard can it be?
     
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  12. Pinky

    Pinky In suspense, not compressed

    A piece of cake if you know your way around a sewing machine I suppose.
     
  13. Jamie

    Jamie pfm Member

    Years ago, I just bought a piece of black felt. I 'hemmed' the 4 sides, sized for the exact size of the lid top surface, on the basis that most dust gathers on horizontal surfaces.

    I don't bother with it now. I just dust over with a fluffy duster every once in a while, sweeping across (not circular motion), 3 sweeps is enough to do the lid on the RP6.

    Occasionally use a cellulose sponge dampened with hot water and washing up liquid solution, again only sweeping across in one direction.

    After 8 years or so, the lid is still blemish free.

    https://groceries.asda.com/product/...bp2Zz6HgoCIr0PPNMm0XOHjjXovWeU8EaAjNCEALw_wcB

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09CJBL1Y3/?tag=pinkfishmedia-21
     
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  14. dalryc

    dalryc pfm Member

    You could get a custom sized perspex sheet from eBay and put silicon/rubber feet on them.
    That wouldn't change the look much.
     

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