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Turntable Needles
If a larger budget is available, and it is worth relating this to the cost/value of your collection, then probably the best option is the modified technics sl1200. Because of the vertical movement of the needle, this recording method was called the hill-and-dale process.Phonograph, also known as record player, electromechanical instrument for reproducing sound from a record. 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.
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Turntable Belts
The result is an increase in the rubber's strength and elasticity, yielding either soft rubber or vulcanite.Be aware that moving your table to a more stable location may result in an apparent decrease in bass. Pickett and lemcoe, in preservation and storage of sound recordings, states that "failure by chemical degradation of a vinyl disc in ordinary library environments should not occur in less than a century".Although a steel needle should be used only one time, some victrola owners dislike tossing a needle after a single play, believing that to be wasteful.
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Turntable Needle
If you play discs from a late period (say, 1940-1959) on a victrola, then a steel needle--whether new or used--will damage discs' soft surfaces. This may seem laborious but you will be richly rewarded as this adjustment is critical for performance.
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Turntable Belt
In general, the external horn disc and cylinder phonograph models date from 1898 to around 1910.
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Record Player Belts
Most recording companies stopped producing phonograph records by the early 1990s in favor of cassette tapes and compact discs.
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Record Player Needles
It is height-adjustable to accommodate multiple headshell sizes and, despite the hype, it really works!The tonearm is much shorter than a traditional s-shaped tonearm.The first area to examine is the foundation of the entire turntable system, whether shelf or stand.
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Turntable stylus
The mistake is often made of over tightening this nut with the result that the music is deadened. Although sound waves had been recorded in the middle of the 19th cent. Is always happy to advise you on the most suitable stylus/cartridge. High surface speeds and recorded velocities, warped and badly centred records and heavier playing weights all conspire to upset delicate stylus systems.
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Phonograph Needles
Record player or phonograph, device for reproducing sound that has been recorded as a spiral, undulating groove on a disk.0032 Will give good results on most hmv/victor recordings from the period 1905 to 1940.The needles will not harm records when conditions are right.
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Reel to Reel Tape Recorders
During the 1910s, the tall, upright internal horn floor models were standard, and in the early 1920s low, wide console floor models became popular.Also, long time manufacturers such as nad, linn, sony, technics, and thorens are still making traditional turntables and companies such as audio-technica, shure, and stanton are still making cartridges and styli.
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Turntable Parts
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.
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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. 

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