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jjwharris wrote:How much does your cutting head weigh?
I never considered the weight thing being an issue, I'm pretty sure its a standard groove cutting stylus, so the cuts are going to be noisy anyways.
You probably want to consider putting some fusing your drivers so they're protected and don't burn up.
jjwharris wrote:Hey, big improvement!
Some of that surface noise could be caused by leftover adhesive on the blank - I've had success with CRC to remove the adhesive then applying turtle wax, I believe other have used naphtha/lighter fluid(?)
I've only had experience is with tungsten cones, which seem to work really really well. So I'd suggest the second option.
You also may way to record some white noise, then record that back through you computer to put through a frequency analyser to build an EQ.
as Mark said though - you probably want to look at reducing your moving mass as much as possible to move that resonant peak up as high as possible.
jjwharris wrote:Keep in mind that if you're embossing, you're most likely only getting mono back, so a mono jack shouldn't be too much of an issue.
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