You need a large, ball-shaped tip for these. Expert Stylus Co can supply.
On 08/03/2015 20:24, Jan Myren wrote:
> I am about to transfer old 12" Pathè records with inner start. It is very
> troublesome accorign to groove skipping. I have tried 3,7T, 2,6T and 2.5TE
> Stanton styli and have also placed a coin on the headshell to make better
> pressure. But when I reach a !"critical" point about half into the record it
> starts to skip grooves.
> Hope you can give me any help and techniques I can use for those records?
> May there be a better styli-size for such records?
> All the best
> Jan Myren
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> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] På vegne av Steven Smolian
> Sendt: 8. mars 2015 04:19
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> Emne: Re: [ARSCLIST] Marconi
> Hello, Michael,
> The NBC one is 13 seconds.
> "I wish to you, too all who are listening, and to your dear ones, the best
> of luck, happiness and prosperity. Goodnight to everybody, goodnight." Up
> music- Tchaikowsky's Romeo and Juliette theme. Revers of the record is a
> tribute to Marconi by Sarnoff, July 20, 1937. Matrix numbers are CS 011541
> (Marconi, etc.); 011539 (Sarnoff. Blue label.
> The General Voices from History is single sided, black label, vitrolac, and
> is CS-051314. This one is copyright 1939 by National Vocarium.
> (Intro) Now, through the istrument of his creation, Marconi speaks.
> Marconi: "Needless to say, I'm rather satisfied with the thought, in spite
> of the great distance separating us, ..."
> Those of you who were present at the Chicago Worl's Fair on October the
> Second, 1943,(Marconi day), etc. Marconi's reference is off by 10 years.
> About 4 minutes. It is clearly a dub from another, shorther disc or discs.
> There are pauses, clicks, level changes, etc. It ends rather abruptly, "of
> exchnging communication." It's better sound tan the shortwave on the other
> >From the regularity of the noise, the source is possibly dictation
> National Vocarium was Rober Vincent's baby. His collection is at Michigan
> State University.
> Right now, I'm not inclined to persue this further as I'm satified they are
> two different events recorded.
> Steve Smolian
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> Sent: Saturday, March 07, 2015 7:22 PM
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Marconi
> Hi Steve,
> Guglielmo Marconi spoke without much of an Italian accent - he was half
> Italian his mother being Irish. Marconi himself was supposed to have
> jokingly said that the Irish-American tenor John McCormack spoke better
> Italian than he did. The recording you mention dates to 6th December 1935
> and I think the BBC record library may be the holder of the original source
> Best Wishes
> Mike Quinn
> On Sun, Mar 8, 2015 at 9:45 AM, CJB <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> And see here ....
>> On 07/03/2015, CJB <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Try these guys
>>> On 07/03/2015, Steven Smolian <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>> I have two records purporting to contain Marconi's voice.
>>>> One is an "On the NBC record in which, after a too long intro,
>>>> there is
>>>> brief message va shortwave of a gruff-voiced man.
>>>> The other, about 3 miunutes plus intro, is on "General Voices from
>>>> CS-051314, in which a person with an English accent, no trace of an
>>>> Italian one, recites his accomplishments.
>>>> I'm suspicious of the second item. Anyone have data on these?
>>>> Steve Smolian