Houston Flood Damage Lost 1200 to 1400 Vinyl Records And Some Stereo Equipment

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  1. DJboutit

    DJboutit Active Member

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    The Houston flooding my house got 27" of water inside I lost 1200 to 1400 70% rap signals and 30% albums vinyl records 280 cds 90 cassettes and some stere equipment. Still have like 2000 records that are fine 2 creates worth got a tiny bit or moister.

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    Also lost the speaker pair I picked up like 10 days earlier
    Lost Kenwood KR-7400 receiver
    Lost Sony SR series reeiver
    Lost Fisher Tuner
    Lost Panasoic Receiver with 8 track
    Lost Sony sony belt drive turntable
     
  2. Dave_1962

    Dave_1962 Lunatic Member

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    Sorry for your loss but just be glad you're still alive. Some aren't.
     
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  3. I LIKE MUSIC

    I LIKE MUSIC Super Member

    I am very sorry to hear of your losses.

    My best wishes and prayers to you, your family and all involved.
     
  4. bjlefebvre

    bjlefebvre AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Oh man, that sucks. What part of Houston are you in?
     
  5. daveyh

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    Sorry to hear about your loss. That's a bummer.
     
  6. NeedForSpeed

    NeedForSpeed Rock'n And Roll'n Night And Day Subscriber

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    Damn, First member seen with damage. Sorry man. Everyone OK?
     
  7. JohnnyS

    JohnnyS AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Sorry for your loss!
     
  8. johnebravo

    johnebravo I should be practicing

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    It's a small point, but even though the jackets may be ruined, if you want to take the trouble to wash the actual records someday, you may find that they're quite playable. However, given the bigger picture, whether or not you can salvage them is probably not that important at the moment . . .
     
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  9. bobsvinyl

    bobsvinyl Painfully Aware Subscriber

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    DJ- My thoughts and prayers are with you and your fellow Texans. When you get back to normal, let me know. I have a few Rap singles I'll send you to get you going again. No charge. :thumbsup:
     
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  10. bobins08

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    Sorry to hear this. Houston will recover and so will you and your collection. Your health and safety are more important.
     
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  11. DJboutit

    DJboutit Active Member

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    Southwest side just down for Meyerland.
     
  12. Audiofreak71

    Audiofreak71 Boerboelicious Subscriber

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    Very sorry you lost all that gear, but at least it's replaceable for the most part, you and your family are not, so thank goodness your OK and I hope your family and friends out there are as well.

    Audiofreak71
     
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  13. Ballylongford

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    sorry to hear this. Hope you and your family are OK
     
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  14. bjlefebvre

    bjlefebvre AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Oh man. Yeah, Meyerland got hammered. My friend there had to be evacuated via boat. As others have said, the albums are replaceable. It sucks, but could have been much worse.
     
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  15. twoengine

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    So sorry for your loss. I hope all your loved ones are OK. I sincerely hope you had home insurance with flood coverage. Regardless, things will be alright and get better. Hang in there! Prayers sent your way.
     
  16. SPL db

    SPL db It's all about the music! Subscriber

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    So sorry to hear of your loss, hope the family is okay. How is the rest of the area doing? Anyone hurt?
     
  17. cason

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    This is so sad. Sorry for your loss.
     
  18. RobRoy

    RobRoy It's just stuff - but fun

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    The good news is that water doesn't damage vinyl or CD's. The jackets are toast, of course, and I'd not trust the cassettes until they got a thorough drying out, and the metal parts might rust a bit.
     
  19. vitorzoom

    vitorzoom Active Member

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    Sorry for the loss of your records and sound equipment. Thanks for being just damage, with the time and the help of some, you will quickly recover your equipment. I was impressed by the images of the floods. I think more than 4000 people have been rescued from their homes, the schools that have to shelter leaving their belongings behind. Very, very sad.
     
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  20. John James

    John James "Bob's your uncle" (Stolen) Subscriber

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    "Sorry for the loss of your records and sound equipment. Thanks for being just damage, with the time and the help of some, you will quickly recover your equipment. I was impressed by the images of the floods. I think more than 4000 people have been rescued from their homes, the schools that have to shelter leaving their belongings behind. Very, very sad"
     

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