Good job. With Regas azimuth adjustment is not possible but it is a critical part of getting the setup right. When I had my P9 Yip's MintLP was the best setup tool I had.
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Miner42 - I looked at Yip's MintLP because it had great reviews but in the end it came down to cost. I also got two of the infamous white belts as well. But I first set up the cartridge and listened for a day to hear if there were any differences. With the new set up I was able to take one my spacers out and get the tone arm closer to level (it was too bass boomy previously so I had it quite high). Then installed the belts.
melm - well that price is what all of them should be. As long as the geometry is what you are looking for.
However my my biggest improvement was the Herron VTPH-2 phono stage I recently got.
Dear @shanticat : "" Sat down to listen and it is amazing what you hear. """
It's not that you " want to listen better " it's that the quality sound improved.
The name of the game on align cartridge is ACCURACY and " minute " adjustements of 0.1-2 mm makes big differences. Minimal deviations on precise overhang, pivot to spindle distances and offset angle increment severely the distortion levels. So when we align with precise accuracy the cartridge/tonearm always have a reward on real better quality sound performance.
Regards and enjoy the music,