Turntable Phono Cartridge Stylus Alignment Protractor Tool Mirror available on December 11 2014 from Amazon for 18.95
UPC bar code 670541788837 ξ1 registered December 11 2014
Product category is Audio
Manufacturered by SPECIALTY AV
Product weight is 0.19 lbs.
Lets an amateur do professional phono cartridge alignment. * Gives precise alignment for better sound and longer stylus life. * Made of durable 2mm ABS plastic with mirrored finish. * Allows you to precisely adjust your cartridge/stylus by providing clear bottom view and top view simultaneously. * Attractive blister packaging makes for a great gift. To properly mount a phono cartridge, you need to be able to position it so that it remains tangent to the record grooves at all diameters. This is always a compromise. This gauge helps you to mount the cartridge to the headshell for the best compromise. The CA-01 protractor lets an amateur do professional phono cartridge alignment. In just a few simple steps, the Protractor gives precise alignment for better sound and longer stylus life with any standard phono cartridge and radial tonearm. Made of durable 2mm ABS plastic with mirrored finish allowing you to precisely adjust your cartridge/stylus by providing clear bottom view and top view simultaneously. Easy to follow instructions on the back. Attractive blister packaging makes for a great gift.
I buy and sell turntables, records and vintage stereo gear and have spent countless hours setting-up turntables with a little cardboard cartridge alignment protractor. This makes the job so much easier and it is more accurate. If you want to get the maximum performance from your cartridge, stylus and turntable, with the least amount of time invested in the process, buy the SPECIALTY AV mirrored cartridge alignment protractor TODAY.
ordered it and received it after i got my new cartridge and headshell. so, ended up using it to check my alignment after the fact. there are two points, A & B that you place your stylus on. small grids around those points makes for a busy visual against the mirrored backdrop. basically, i had to use my guide light and kneel down to the turntable to see where the stylus was in relation to the points. then, stand up to see how parallel my cartridge was against the grid lines.easy to use, clear instructions, g..