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Record Player Belts, and Reel to Reel Tape Recorders information: However, to play most records well you don't need more than two. Perhaps if such recording techniques would have been more widely used, we would not have cd's today, or at least forestalled its domininance in the marketplace. All of these will track happily at 4/5 grams, the optimum weight given the groove-wall geometry/dynamics of the 78. A traditional belt driven turntable provides a rich sound, unmatched by today's digital tecnology.

Since the more stable location has less vibration, the support vibrates less and therefore feeds less back into the system. The specs for the str8-100 tout its high-torque 2. Also, issues of the early phonograph trade journal talking machine world contain advertisements and sometimes short articles on the various models made by the major and minor phonograph companies. Lift the clip, and the stylus will slide out.

Most such phonographs, moreover, were driven by spring motors and required rewinding. In a case like that, replace the belt with a manufacturer's original.

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If a budget disc like a banner, especially a worn one, is played on a victrola, or if a victor disc is played on a bad sonora machine, a record may sustain damage. However, the advantage is that such pressings can produce quite stunning results when reproduced on good, simple equipment. If you turn the feature off, the pitch control affects the audio in the same way as any other traditional turntable. Top of the range is the keith monks used by studios.

A tone arm that swings on its own initiative to the right or left indicates a need for leveling.



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