Don't need no scope. Set your VTA by ear.
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millercarbon"Don't need no scope. Set your VTA by ear."
This is correct with the provision, exception, and understanding that such an approach will result in misalignment, excessive wear, and distortion.
You are really are putting a negative depressing spin on the majority of threads you have posted on of late.
No actual facts to back any of your statements up, just damning comments, some of which are quite barbed and not entirely warranted or welcomed..
Not truly in the spirit of things imho.
Interesting thing while setting anti-skate was that I preferred slightly different settings for different records, so it took me some time to find the best overall. Records’ thickness differs, by the way, and setting VTA can also be fun, it was quick in my case, though. I decided against getting aftermarket add-on that gives you on the fly VTA adjustment. Not with my table/arm/cartridge, too much involvement for too little gain. Then I might’ve wanted to adjust for every track. Not worth it, really. I don’t play 180g and 200g reissues, with those you would want to adjust, I guess.