Cork Turntable Mat

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Embrace sustainable cork for your turntable mat! Cork’s natural insulation properties make it the perfect material to improve the sound quality of your records. Your cork turntable mat will reduce vibration and improve contact creating a more clear sound quality.


Features: 

  • Improves Bass and Treble Frequency
  • Helps Eliminate Static 
  • Improved Grip over Standard Felt Mats
  • Supports 7-inch, 10-inch, and 12-inch Records


Unlike leather or acrylic turntable mats, cork is a 100% renewable resource. Cork comes from the carefully harvested bark of the cork oak tree. After harvest, the bark regrows and can be harvested again and again.

Dimensions: 
11.5in diameter x 1/8in thick

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the cork tree is planted, starting the cycle. The cork tree grows its bark thickening. The bark is carefully harvested and turned into commercial products, the bark on the tree regrows and the cycle continues.


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