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Turntable Needle



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Turntable Needle, and Turntable Needles information: Swiss music-box manufacturers specialized in the production of small portable phonographs. · If the turntable uses a round or square belt, measure its thickness. If your control unit has a mono switch, use it. The stylus is part of the pickup, a device that also contains a transducer to convert these mechanical vibrations into corresponding electrical signals.

One such machine, introduced in 1785, produced a steel rod from which two joined needles were formed. On a two-part platter, place the outer ring upside down on the inner and lay everything else on top. The chinese are believed to have been the first to use needles made of steel, and the moors are credited with bringing them to europe. Instead, needles were equipped with a small hook or pinlike head around which the thread was tied.



About Turntable Needle

Patented on november 12, 1907, it should not be confused with the cactus or thorn needle common during the wwii period. To end, a cartridge with a high-quality stylus imparts virtually no damage to your valuable vinyl. Soft volume steel needles are thin with a more gradual taper at the tip. Record player or phonograph, device for reproducing sound that has been recorded as a spiral, undulating groove on a disk.

Early turntables were operated by a spring-driven motor that required rewinding for each record played; later the use of an electric motor made rewinding unnecessary.



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