Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You need to balance the tone arm, do this by setting the tone arm weight to zero. Then screw the tone arm back so that it is perfectly balanced (the tone arm is leveled and completely parallel to the turntable, do this without a vinyl on the turntable). Then mark this as zero on the weight measurer. Then put a vinyl on the turntable and slowly turn the weight to the specified weight for the needle. If not know use somewhere between 2.5 or 3 which are usually average you should be able by the difference in sounds frequencies, which weight pressure sounds the best. After this set the anti-skate corresponding to the weight of the tonearm.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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