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In addition. you need a tone arm set up to pay the "label" area of the
record, which means the overhang.has to be adjusted for this purpose.

I'm certainly equipped to copy these, as I have an arm and turntable set up
specifically for playing small records.

Steve Smolian
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Adrian Cosentini" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 7:53 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Playback of Durium Junior Records


> All audio disks that are not vinyl Lp or 45 rpm cannot be played back on
> a "standard" turntable. You need a large selection of different size and
> shape styli. You need a tone arm that can be adjusted in all sorts of
> "non-standard" positions. You need a turntable that is capable of
> variable speeds. And last but not least you need a phono pre-amp to
> recreate a wide variety of playback curves (Eq). Of course if you have
> experiance restoring and remastering "non-standard" discs, it couldn't
> hurt. So that's what you need. If you don't have that you risk damaging
> the disks and getting, not the best possible sound out of them.
>
> Adrian Cosentini
> VidiPax
> 450 west 31st street
> New York, NY 10001
> 212-563-1999 (ext135)
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>
> On Thu, 27 Mar 2003 16:36:40 -0500 Erik Dix <[log in to unmask]> writes:
> > >Hello!
> > >
> > >We just acquired one of these records for our collection. I would
> > like to
> > >copy it onto cd. Is it save to play these with a regular needle?
> > >Any advise!
> > >
> > >Erik Dix
> > >Notre Dame Archives
> >
> >