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Turntable Needles

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Turntable Needles - Facts:

Turntable Needles featuring superior Turntable Needle. We sell many needles, belts, and other products. Thorns (and later, iron) were also used to make needles. The tip of the tungs-tone needle must be straight. The bbc, studios and engineers throughout the world use them. Of most use to djs is the ability to switch the output signal from the traditional ¼-inch output to a line-level/rca output.

High surface speeds and recorded velocities, warped and badly centred records and heavier playing weights all conspire to upset delicate stylus systems. The record player stand must be on a stable surface flexing floor boards do not make a secure base. I you don't believe this, go out and listen for yourself. What that does is to parallel the two outputs from the cartridge.

At various steps along the way in this retuning, your system may not sound as sweetly musical as at other times. For that reason, the straight tonearm has piqued the turntablist market's interest. The first area to examine is the foundation of the entire turntable system, whether shelf or stand. The specs for the str8-100 tout its high-torque 2.

The result is an increase in the rubber's strength and elasticity, yielding either soft rubber or vulcanite. 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.

More about Turntable Needles.   See also: Turntable stylus and Record Player Belts.

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