This question is usually asked by consumers who have done a lot of in-depth comparison shopping on the Internet and in their home town and know the going market prices for our services. Our restoration service was created (before most of the thousands of companies that copied us) with a goal: to make possible and affordable for the first time ever the conversion to CD of entire record collections, at prices that the average consumer can afford. We engineered our restoration system from the ground up with a dual goal: very high quality, and very high productivity. We purchased every piece of software on the market that could help us, we wrote our own software and developed proprietary methods and techniques (that are trade secrets). We ARE genuinely dedicated to the effort of Restoring America’s Heritage, one record at a time. . . Our service, for the first time ever, and after 20 years still going strong, makes that possible. We have been copied to the page and to the letter by companies that come and go. There is always someone trying to find out (covertly or overtly) “what is our secret”. One secret we don’t mind sharing is: total commitment to quality. The other secrets are proprietary information: our “edge” others can not copy.
"I traveled the US and over seas with my show group and made several recordings during the 60s and 70s. I went through some of those 45records and they just were not playable due to being moved around. I really wanted to put them on cds for my kids and sent them to a couple of studios with very little luck i decided to send them to CVC and what ..."