|Originally posted by DJ RANN |
Ugh, Freak is a more sensible man than I....
Juan you fail to understand that there's a ton of different ways to set up different cartridges. You even make adjustments going from the Ortofon Nightclub E to Nightclub O.
Unlike replacing the tonearm PCB, there's a ton of subjectivity about how different people like their needles setup. Me personally at home, I run low weight as I don't want to wear out my records and have zero vibration and good decoupling but it wouldn't fly at all in a club or bar setting, or with vinyl that's been thrashed or with people who really work the decks.
And here's another hint to point out how uneducated you are on this. You posted up that you're using 3g of weight on your ortofons but no anti skate and your perplexed as to why one channel of your mixer needs the EQ adjustment? Go figure. Literally.
As for tonearm height - don't take my word for it. Here's from the Ortofon service guide:
In other words, you have no fucking clue what you're talking about.
Or is that just still no clue?
I didn't want to continue but ya had to. Alright, that being said. That info from the service guide is just the beginning, for true accuracy, I bring a ruler and small flashlight to my gigs if I'm ever-changing needles. Tonearm height is the same for all version 1 Concordes, I never said tracking was the same.
I don't know how yet you claim you can change the PCB and inner circuitry and remove tonearm wire yet you have trouble putting the easiest of cartridges on the same unit?
Oh that thread, yeah you can mix with anti-skate after measuring with a blank vinyl, oldest trick in the book. It's just that I'm into turntablism unlike you and I was just looking for a new EQ technique and that was a common one lol. It gets boring doing long transitions just cutting lows from time to time. Also, please don't say the usual yeah I can do 5 min transitions on belt drives if I wanted to, BS prove it & Freak, don't say Rann doesn't have to he forgot how to mix or forgot how to service technics or w/e you said back there.
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