Schiit Sol Turntable Review - Episodic.

Discussion in 'Vinyl Nutjob World: Turntable and Related Gear' started by purr1n, Sep 10, 2019.

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    Sounds like a lot of work lol...
     
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    easier than setting up a unipivot turntable!
     
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    I got it from the description, and this method definitely works without having the wires touching anything. I've also been seeing photos of other people's setups with the azimuth nut way way out, so I'm no longer worried that I'm fucking something up... mostly...

    I've been playing with 0-1g anti-skate weights, and I do think the 1g has more depth and clarity than without (VTF 1.7g). I might try experimenting with adding some small, thin washers to bring the weight up a little... on my P3, I found it was ideal somewhere around 1.25g ± 0.1g (it's hard to estimate because it's not a linear scale). Speaking of anti-skate, holy crap, that is a cool little pulley device! Very nice work. I know you said you were still experimenting a few pages back, but whenever you settle on a solution, I'd definitely be interested in the details at the least
     

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