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In the Thread: Ultimate Turntable
Post Subject: Old vinyl and ultimate turntablePosted by enjoy_the_music on: 2/26/2008
Quick reply. Would the ultimate turntable also take into account mis-centred records like the Nakamichi TX-1000?

Remember it had a sensor arm that rose up out of the chassis to read how far 'out' the centre of the record was.

I had one...nice to watch.

 el`Ol wrote:
 Romy the Cat wrote:


in your proposal of “arbitrary speed deviations” what would be a criterion for the “arbitration”. I wonder what algorithm your DSP would execute in order to detect that the “speed irregularities of tape recorders and cutting machines” took place?  It is not that I feel that it is ever necessary but I wonder what your ideas were all about, If it was not a joke of course….

Rgs, Romy the Cat

If one covers regular speed deviations with random speed deviations they no longer interfer with perception of timing. But my main intention was shocking people with the idea of a light platter, so "joke" is not exactly the right word, but not so far away from the truth.

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