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Vulcanite also posed problems in the production of discs. Most cartridges have a height of 17mm and if this is the case, then the base of the arm should rest approximately 31mm below the top of the platter surface. If your records are dirty, the stylus will be tracing the outline of the dirt and not the groove and reproduction will suffer. Vinyl discs are made of polyvinyl chloride (pvc) and a small percentage (usually less than 25 percent) of "fillers", stabilizer, pigment, anti-static substances, etc.

" Hall's fibre needles (he used capital letters as victor did for tungs-tone) were made from bamboo imported from japan.

Companies claimed that the oily substance in the bamboo acted as a lubricant which would polish and smooth grooves each time a record is played. However, most of the short-lived off-brand internal horn phonographs from the late 1910's and early 1920's are difficult to research as they were limited in production and distribution. The mistake is often made of over tightening this nut with the result that the music is deadened.



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Actually, you need a pre-amplifier first, that's the bit with the volume and tone controls on. They are still easy to find and relatively cheap. It is not necessary to measure you turntable belt, we just need the model number to verify which belt you need. Price is approximately £44 to re-tip a stylus assembly, but it does vary according to type.

Ensure that the threaded metal sleeve is a the right way up with the recess on the top side. Thread the adjuster onto the arm. Finally, there is the nifty inclusion of a 3. Remember that your hi-fi is trying to reproduce groove modulations as small as a few millionths of an inch about 1/1000th the thickness of the hair on your head.

You can get from eight to a dozen plays from a fibre needle, depending upon your cutting tool. Thorns (and later, iron) were also used to make needles. There is no doubt, however, that straight-tonearm technology is a significant improvement upon the traditional s-shaped tonearm. They always benefit from some basic maintenance, which will include a new idler wheel.

If discarding a needle after one play seems wasteful or tedious, use a tungs-tone needle (if you can find one!). The tonearm either pivots to keep the stylus in the record groove, or is suspended by a mechanism that enables it to stay oriented in the same direction while it moves across the record.

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