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Just putting the arm parallel with the record doesn't get it ... Twl
Well, Ive started to notice it on some used Doors, and Grateful Dead records but wasnt sure it was because of the condition of the record (good BTW, not great) or the recording. My reggae records (used, but in very good condition) sound very good but they dont have much vocals or they are old recordings. I guess I need to experiment with other new vinyl.
The manual states the TT is set up in the factory for optimum performance. The way it was setup the tracking weight was a bit off, the cartridge headshell wasnt prallel to the little gauge that came with it, and the arm wasnt parallel. Ive corrected the first 2 but the last adjustment is driving me nuts. I wonder if the arm base being up so high was the way it was meant to be? The cartridge was set up at about a 10 degree angle to the arm base.Any other suggestions to help fix the sound?
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Obviously something moved in shipment. there should never be ... Twl
Apart from all the tweaks: ever considered the thought that ... Satch
Bundee: take one of your thinnest lp's and place it on the ... Dekay
Thanks for all the suggestions guys. twl- thanks sra is ok ... Bundee1
You just need to "snug" the screw. it doesn't have ... Twl
I have it, no sibilance at all. if the rest of your lp's sou ... 4yanx
Tom is right about the need to adjust something. i bought t ... Nrchy
They say, "jump!" (david bowie) brad day atlanta ... bday0000@
I heard that table, and the cartridge supplied with it was h ... Golden_ears
4yanx, i want to do a dsotm vinyl shootout. i have a us capi ... Nighteyes0
Nighteyeso, you can check e-bay, i just picked up a 1st pres ... Colitas