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In Reply to: RE: Height adjustable isolation feet for my VPI HW-19 Mk 2 posted by Music Man Bob on April 15, 2017 at 14:00:45
For both of my turntables, I used post it notes to adjust the final level.
I started leveling the stand as best I could. Then leveled the isolation shelf. Then finally the turntable itself.. (measuring at the platter)
plain old slips of paper work really well.
i used old playing cards lol
in correct colors, ink type and with the write fonts in nice pens(wo)menship not only will
your TT work better and provide better sound, your listening pleasure will be upped!
Also stack them at incongruous angles for ultimate effect.
Sounds anti-intuitive but does the trick.
"Once this was all Black Plasma and Imagination" -Michael McClure
8-32, for instance, one full turn is a 32nd inch. Half a turn, one 64th and so on.
To the bolts that thread into the chassis I always add a pair of nuts, one to snug up to the chassis, the other tightened against it to lock them in place
I can't imagine needing paper shims with mechanical adjustment that fine. To each his own, I guess.
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