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In Reply to: RE: JVC DD QL-50 TT takes first seat in system ... posted by bjh on August 05, 2012 at 07:21:00
...and I'm glad to see the arm worked out.
I've had three QL-50s. Two with the SME III and one with a Luxman/Micro-Seiki TA-1. It is one the the easier tables to cut a blank armboard for.
Given what QL-50s usually sell for, I think they are very nice.
I hope you are enjoying yours.
reelsmith's axiom: Its going to be used equipment when I sell it, so it may as well be used equipment when I buy it.
Yeah definitely ... but for buyers get one with an arm and then you have a steal!
BTW the PT-6 is a nice arm - should I be considering dampening it, is it reversible?
Short’s the best position they is. Bullet in the Brain
This will provide just enough dampening without choking out the inner detail in the music.
Rewire that arm when you have a chance. The stock wiring is just passing from my experience.
You gotta love the speed stability on these quartz locked direct turntables.
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No need to wrap the tonearm. It comes stock with a wrap of clear polyolefin.
You can adjust for viscous damping at the pivot point simply by adding
silicone fluid. It is a versatile good sounding arm. I like mine on my AR ES1. Enjoy.
"I weally weally wove music." Elmer Fudd 1961
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