Keith Monks discOveryOne Redux and micrOlight record cleaners

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Keith Monks discOveryOne Redux and micrOlight record cleaners
Monday, July 24, 2017

Keith Monks Audio have new revised discOvery microLight, the smallest ever Keith Monks record cleaner  and the smallest precision record cleaning machine ever. The new discOveryOne Redux is a modern version of the traditional ‘Keith Monks’ which is smaller, lighter, quieter than its predecessors and more convenient as it includes an auto stop function.

Keith Monks machines are used by the BBC, the US Library of Congress and the British Library National Sound Archive, these latest models offer the same standard of cleaning in a modern, easier and more affordable package. Clean fluid for each record and a single point vacuum system for maximum efficiency where contact is via a clean thread ensuring no cross contamination.


discOvery micrOlight
Super compact - the world’s smallest ever precision Record Cleaning Machine - just 16.5” (42cm) wide
All the key components of the Redux - restyled into a tiny, living room friendly unit to grace any home
On-deck brush holder for easy, effective deep cleaning
Apply just the right amount of fluid with the spray bottle supplied
Backlit opaque acrylic cabinet with insert window for art panels
Printing process - exclusive limited editions & one-off custom print options
We give you the blank canvass - you select the art to suit your mood or decor
No need for excuses for another audio product in the home - create your own artistic statement to delight family and friends.
Retail £1795

discOveryOne Redux
The best of the original pro Monks and discOvery machines, brought together for the first time
Everything built in: hand pump applies fluid straight onto the record through the brush holder - just like on the pro Monks machines
New compact low profile cabinet with a premium carbon finish
The quietest ever discOveryOne
The hi-fi enthusiast’s machine - speed convenience and performance for the true vinylphile.
 Retail £1995