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Sad to hear this.
From my first AT440ML in the mid 2000's to the Denon 103 I got last year. Many in between.
"Life without music is a mistake" (Nietzsche)
I did not know he had closed the store due to cancer, thought it was just some "I'm closing, retiring" story. I purchased some of my best carts from him, and turned countless of my friends into needle doctor customers. He was such a good person to buy from, his customer service was great. So sad to see him go, 62 is not old enough.
Closing his store due to illness left a big void in vinyl-related and component sales and customer service. I always found his staff to be extraordinarily friendly and helpful.
Mr. Raskin knew how to operate a business that kept his employees and customers happy. It was obvious, even at a distance via the telephone (I reside in Florida).
I hope that some day soon his brother or others will reopen the business.
Thank you, Mr. Raskin, family, and staff for the many years of unsurpassed service.
He was a gentleman and very helpful when I called on him. I did some business with him in the past.
I purchased a few items over the years. Great service and advise. He did a lot for our cause in music enjoyment. Rest in peace and condolences to his family and friends.
Opus 33 1/3
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