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In the Forum: Analog Playback
In the Thread: Turntable speed analysis.
Post Subject: Only God knows what it all means.Posted by Romy the Cat on: 6/11/2012

I very well understand what you are saying but I’m VERY hesitant to make any sense from it, not to mention to navigate my opinion from it.  I think to use the anises like this in discreet fashion is a bit wrong for the reason I stated above.  There are so many souses where the error might come from that it is impossible to say anything definitively analyses you do many analyses from the same setup and introduce each time very minor change. If you look at the site then you will see that the first test I submitted to Pool was huge amount of errors that took place 5 times during a rotation. Looks strange, doesn’t it? It turns out that it was the Lynx cared that I did not slave to Pacific’s A/D. The next text I use Pacific as master clock and the 5-poll error was not there. Also pay attenuation how lower the error if you discard the 5-poll. It was just a different record….


So, only God knows what it all means.

So not forget another important subject. The best sound I even hear from TT was from 1924 Gramophone... and I am sure that it has Wow and Flutter somewhere in realm of 15%-20%. Ironic, isn’t it?

Rgs, Romy the Cat

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