The records are not warped. They look very clean. I can't see the scratch
or gouge. I've tried adding weight but the cartridge rubs the records.
I used a vinyl record cleaning fluid from Nitty Gritty, but don't use their
machine. I use compressed air before I do anything else.
I tried slowing the record down to 45 and 33 so as to lesson the cause, but
I don't know what else to try.
I think I'll buy the LP reissue.
Have a good weekend.
On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 3:49 PM Ted Kendall <
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> Sounds like you have a steep warp there - is the pressing flat?
> On 31/08/2018 20:34, 6295LARGE wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I have a the Victrola set M-127, Schonberg: Gurre-Lieder with Stokowski
> > Althaus.
> > It's apparently a reissue because the records are all vinyl.
> > I've blown them with a can of compressed air, but the stylus keeps
> > I've tried different styli and cartridges and weights:
> > For instance: Shure M44-7 with 2.8ET and 3.5FCR, *GE* VRII 2.5mil,
> > 3.3ET in a Stanton 500 cartridge, *but the styli keep jumping grooves* -
> > one at a time - once per rotation.
> > I've even tried a Stanton 681 LP stylus. I've tried 3 different speeds,
> > BUT IT ALWAYS JUMPS!!
> > I thought the vinyls would sound better than shellac, and maybe they
> > if I weren't having THIS crazy problem.
> > Any suggestions? PLEASE!
> > Thank you.
> > Ben Roth
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