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4yanx has a spacedeck. he will help you out with that one. Twl
Vta=vertical tracking angle. the correct vertical angle is e ... Newbee
I would certainly contact the distributor if you find anythi ... Zaikesman
Anyone who owns a hifi tt should be versed in the setup geom ... Ohlala
Bwaahahahah, ohlala, i'm with you 110%. i have come to belie ... 4yanx
There ought to be a law that all vta adjustment comes with a ... Brulee
No ohlala, it's not like i would know about this distributor ... Zaikesman
I apologize for the way i worded my statement. what i meant ... Ohlala
Well ohlala, i didn't figure you really were - or maybe mean ... Zaikesman
Vta, don't let all this banter scare you off mythtrip, like ... Rockinroni
Mythtrip, you haven't contacted me as Brulee volunteered :-) but I will add one more thing with respect to VTA. There should also have came with your Spacedeck a short spirit level. Carefully place this in line with your arm on top of the headshell and lower the arm via the queuing device onto an old record of an "average" thickness. You can tell by the level whether your arm is "ass up" or "ass down". For my cartridge, Shelter 501, the best VTA setting is just a cat whisker low in the rear. A perfecetly level VTA is a good point from which to srat. Make minor adjustments up and down to dial in your pickup.
Also, ASL will tell you that Nottingham recommendeds a spindle to pivot distance of 210mm for the SPACEARM. Experience shows that MANY pickups will not meet the null points during alignment if the distance is set thus. After extensive trial and error, I have determined, and Wally of Wally Tractor fame agrees, that the proper spindle to pivot distance for the SPACEARM is 206mm.
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