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Q: Don't record changers harm records? A: The earliest ones did: Don't use the kinds that slide records around or use knife blades to separate them. Note: The Thorens TD-224 and the later Lincoln changers (if kept in good repair) are not dangerous even though they move records around.
Re: Why do people say Crosley turntables destroy your record They clip at low volume, they are extremely sensitive to vibration (not good with built in speakers), the tonearm is too short which leads to lots of distortion. And yes, it did damage one of my records on a single play.
But Crosleys et al really do destroy records, and since most of them have zero ability to adjust the tonearm or improve the cartridge, there's nothing that can be done to mitigate it. You might as well play your records with a rusty nail.
You also need to make sure your cartridge is aligned. You want to be able to control tracking force and anti-skate; a cheap turntable that doesn't have those things most certainly will damage records.
In fact, most good turntables don't even include a 78rpm speed because of all the changes you need to make to play the old format properly. This large stylus causes the turntable to skip over the grooves and damage your records.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC or vinyl) is the most toxic plastic for our health and the environment. ... During its lifecycle from production to use to disposal vinyl releases some of the most toxic chemicals on the planet that have been linked to cancer, birth defects and other serious chronic diseases.
The AT-LP60 is a fully automatic turntable with integrated cartridge. It's easy to set up and use, and it has a small footprint. The stylus can be replaced or upgraded for better sound when it wears out. ... It will produce suitable sound, and it won't damage your records like the plastic cheapies will.
The AT-LP60 is a fully automatic turntable with integrated cartridge. It's easy to set up and use, and it has a small footprint. The stylus can be replaced or upgraded for better sound when it wears out. ... It will produce suitable sound, and it won't damage your records like the plastic cheapies will.
It's not plug and play. You also need to make sure your cartridge is aligned. You want to be able to control tracking force and anti-skate; a cheap turntable that doesn't have those things most certainly will damage records.
The Good Despite an ultralow price, the Audio-Technica AT-LP60 turntable features a built-in phono preamplifier, a user-replaceable stylus, and fully automatic operation. It plays 7- and 12-inch records with precision and verve. The Bad The built-in phono cartridge is fixed and cannot be changed or upgraded.
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