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Phonograph Needles



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It is a high quality, ruggedly built unit, capable of seriously good results. " The trade-mark examiner felt "tungs-tone" was too close to "tungsten. Years of slippage will wear the talc off and then start to buff the belt shiny. So you have to spend some time in auditioning the turntable setup that you gonna buy.

For decks with metal armboards (e. · If the turntable uses a round or square belt, measure its thickness. A steel needle would ruin the edison disc records. (Just be sure this person is an expert, is familiar with your particular table, and has set them up before.



Phonograph Needles info: There are literally thousands of different tape decks out there and the key to getting the proper belt is accurate identification of the belts needed. It comes complete with arm and removable head shell, a necessary feature with the need for different styli (see next section). These signals are then increased in size by an amplifier. Brush in the direction of the grooves (an ideal brush is the keith monks type for their machines) and here you can speed things up by using an old 78 turntable if you have or can find one.

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