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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 24, 2012 7 comments
Watching the aged PBS fund raising audience creep ever closer to my demographic has been a thirty year creepy creep. First it was fund raising aimed at the WWII big band consuming generation.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 24, 2012 7 comments
I will be presenting my "world famous" Turntable Set-up Seminar, this Saturday August 25th at 1PM at J&R Music World, 23 Park Row 10038. It's an hour long presentation complete with visuals.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 23, 2012 23 comments
I just spoke with Soundsmith's Peter Ledermann. He confirmed that the contact patch is as seen in the above photo. But note that this is with VTF of zero. He made a few observations about this discussion we're having here on Analogplanet.com.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 23, 2012 16 comments
I have several old 45's that I would love to listen to. I'm wondering if I clean them really well, and there are no deep scratches, if they will hurt your stylus to play them.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 23, 2012 29 comments
An Analogplanet reader asked about his "steep tonearm" after trying unsuccessfully trying to set the SRA to 92 degrees on his Soundsmith Boheme cartridge.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 23, 2012 2 comments
Obviously those lucky enough to own a $6000 tonearm are few, but we don't discriminate here against the 1%. So if you own a 4 Point and over time as you've switched headshells to use different cartridges, perhaps you've accidentally pulled out from the arm tube opening the tonearm wire so you now have excess.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 22, 2012 38 comments
The Pro-Ject brand began as vinyl lover's pipe dream. Vienna based audio distributor Heinz Lichtennegger believed as did many of us back in the 1990s, that vinyl was not dead. It just needed a defibrillator in the form of an inexpensive, well-made and reliable turntable.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 21, 2012 1 comments
Canada-born pianist Oscar Peterson was among jazz's most popular performers. HIs lyrical appeal crossed musical boundaries so that many people who didn't consider themselves jazz fans were fans of Oscar's.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 20, 2012 10 comments
The reason I a contacting you today is because of the recent article on using a USB microscope to set SRA.... I am using a Soundsmith Boheme cartridge that has a contact line stylus. When using the lupe, I can get a clear view of my stylus. I have tried to adjust my arm to get the 92 degree angle but the rear of the tonearm is raised up quite a bit.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Aug 20, 2012 3 comments
We like promoting independent vinyl projects so when Nova Social’s Thom Soriano contacted Analogplanet about a review of their new album For Any Inconvenience we bit.

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