Sound Components + Yesterday and Today Records
Vinyl & Headphones Event

You’re invited! Bring your dirty records Saturday, April 15th between 11AM and 5PM  for a free cleaning on our Sumiko Okki Nokki record cleaning machine. In addition, we have a wide array of high-performance turntables and headphones on display. Come see how your records are supposed to sound.

Trust us; your earbuds will thank you later.









Get Your Dirty Records Cleaned
Our Sumiko Okki Nokki record cleaning machine (RCM) provides one of the most efficient ways to deep clean your vinyl. It applies a cleaning solution to the record surface to loosen the dirt and debris trapped in the grooves. The vacuum system then removes the dirty fluid from the record, leaving a clean vinyl behind.
In addition to extracting the dirt found deep in your records’ grooves, record cleaning machines also remove the excessive mold release agent from brand-new, unplayed records which are frequently left on them after the manufacturing process
If you’re serious about record collecting, have an extensive collection, or buy a large amount of used vinyl, a record cleaning machine is one of the best investment you can make. Take one home with you after the event to not only improve performance but also extend your favorite record’s life. Your vinyl collection will thank you later.
Performance Turntables & Headphones
Take advantage of this opportunity to play your favorite records on turntables and headphones that benefit from advancements in modern technology.
It’s the best of both worlds, in which vintage vinyl converges with high-performance audio equipment and music systems.
Sound Components takes pride in curating some of the finest turntables and headphones on the market to create the ultimate audio experience for you.
We carry headphones from Grado, Focal, and Bower & Wilkins and turntables from Pro-Ject and ClearAudio

Yesterday and Today Records – in the House…

Drop in between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM to meet Evan Chern, the owner of Yesterday and Today Records, located here in Miami.

Evan will be armed with answers to all of your vinyl questions and will have a collection of vintage records from the 50s to 90s for sale in our showroom. Also, if you have records to sell, Evan is the man to talk to.

Parking Instructions
We have two parking garages available for you to park at the Red Road Commons apartment complex. The entrances for each garage are denoted by the two blue stars on the map below. After you finish parking your car, please follow the red arrows on the map and enter the Sound Components showroom.

Heading North on Red Road?

Take a left at the traffic light on Levante Avenue to find the parking garages in Red Road Commons.

Heading South on Red Road?

Take a right at the traffic light on Levante Avenue to find the parking garages in Red Road Commons.

Sound Components

Monday to Friday:
Saturday: By Appointment
Sunday: By Appointment

6620 SW 57th Ave #110, South Miami, FL 33143

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