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Turntable Parts, and Reel to Reel Tape Recorders information: When the pickup arm skips across a record: First be sure the stylus is not turned to 78 r. All of these will track happily at 4/5 grams, the optimum weight given the groove-wall geometry/dynamics of the 78. Even the emgs cannot compete. Ensure that the threaded metal sleeve is a the right way up with the recess on the top side.

Most scratch djs probably don't spin 78s, but it's a nice option to have from a flexibility standpoint. These models usually lacked record storage space. Most internal horn phonographs came with two or three small metal or wood cups near the turntable to hold the different types of needles. The first practical phonograph was built by the american inventor thomas edison in 1877.

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As the skin travels outwards, away from the centre of the drum, the air pressure surrounding the drum rises above the barometric pressure; conversely as the drum skin travels inwards, the air pressure lowers. For the top end, if playing an electrical 78, some treble boost will brighten the sound quite nicely but at the expense of more surface noise. You have indeed improved matters; you've just altered the apparent subjective frequency response. Probably the cheapest option is a second-hand variable-speed goldring-lenco unit, one of the 'gl' series.

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