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Subject: VESTAX_PDX 2300 MK II Pro


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Original Message 1/2                 Date: 12-Aug-05  @  04:26 AM   -   VESTAX_PDX 2300 MK II Pro      [Link: VESTAX - PDX 2300 MK II Pro]

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i just picked this bad boy up and i was looking for tips on recomended use of the new needle pressure thingie...

like maybe some recomended settings are for different types of performances ie. mixing vs juggling and how your needle pressure should corospond to the weight of your needle and tone arm.

right now i got alot weight on my cartrige and i got weight way far back and the needle pressure set to zero or one.

its rock solid like this but im thinking i might have to much weight on my needles?

if i put my needle pressure higher my tone arm wobbles more for scratching.

anyway... the turntable is bad ass but i'd just like to know a little more about the new tone arm.

cheers!!



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Message 2/2                 Date: 13-Aug-05  @  05:47 PM   -   RE: VESTAX_PDX 2300 MK II Pro

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well you know how to set 'zero'on the weight yes?... adjust the weight distance till the arm floats level and then set the dial to zero, then wind the whole oto forward to the required weight.

I thought the recommended weight was down to the actual stylus make/model isn't it?

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