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Turntable Needles



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The quality of reproduction was greatly improved by high-fidelity amplification (popularly called hi-fi) and by complex speaker systems. If no light is reflected, it is a good needle. A tone arm, containing a pickup at one end, is placed on the record. To allow the cartridge needle to track at the correct angle it is important that the base of the arm is at the correct height in relation to the platter.

If a future civilization has a different technology base than digital, cd's will be useless, while the information on a vinyl recording can still be accessed mechanically. This may seem laborious but you will be richly rewarded as this adjustment is critical for performance.

Turntable Needles info: (See end for details of suppliers). The quality of reproduction was greatly improved by high-fidelity amplification (popularly called hi-fi) and by complex speaker systems. As a steel needle enters the first sound groove, it is subjected to a grinding. Most recording companies stopped producing phonograph records by the early 1990s in favor of cassette tapes and compact discs.

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