Welcome Licorice Pizza (LP) lovers! Setup guides and Vinyl FAQ.
In Reply to: RE: Dissagree posted by Fred J on March 7, 2010 at 07:55:22:
The record has no issues, nor does the stylus. I didn't sense he was referring to noise, but to distortion - sounds like a crackling breaking up throughout the channel. Distortion in the LEFT channel indicates too much anti-skate force (if it was in the right, that would indicate too little).
Always follow the setup order - once the cart is aligned correctly, set anti-skate to zero and tracking force to zero. Then set the counterweight. next dial in the recommended tracking force and set the anti-skate. Dial back tracking force a bit after to an ideal spot.
There should now be no distortion in either channel.
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Topic - LP pressing fault or set up issue? - nevillekapadia 03:08:12 03/07/10 (16)
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