This 79-year-old believes that vinyl records still have the best sound quality

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  • Tuesday, 21 Jun 2016

Lean's store has a plethora of curios, everything from vintage hi-fi equipment to vinyl records and even clocks. Photos: The Star/ N. Rama Lohan

From the garish banner outside his store to the assortment of oddly-stacked curio inside, Perniagaan Kong Hui Sui Ye in Ipoh, Perak, is clearly a reflection of its owner.

Lean Hung Meng is as colourful as his wares. His inventory mainly includes vinyl records and its related ancillaries, such as turntables (record players), speakers and spares, including thermionic valves, stylus cartridges and more. The shop also sells statues of Chinese deities, ceramic dining sets and vintage clocks.

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