Very true, and that can also be done post the preamp or in the DAW
where if necessary, small gain changes can be made to optimally cancel
the noise component.


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 At some point, you need to sum the two channels to mono to cancel the
opposite-polarity noise component.


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 ---I wouldn't wire the two channels in parallel. Just leave it as
standard stereo. Then use a switching box to invert one channel.
Either that or invert in the DAW. Wired together limits the cart to
only vertical or lateral, plus there may be times we want channels
separately. Tim Gillett.

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 Thanks. I'm using a stereo cartridge wired for vertical grooves. On
 Thu, Nov 7, 2019 at 11:49 AM Lou Judson [log in to unmask] wrote: I
 don’t do disc, only tape, but a though occurs - why not try it with
 a stereo cartridge wired for stereo and look at the waveform? Maybe
 that one is not vertical? L Lou Judson Intuitive Audio 415-883-2689
 Nov 7, 2019, at 7:52 AM, 6295LARGE . [log in to unmask] wrote: The
 cartridge is wired out of phase. That's why most of the other EDDs
 play beautifully. Thanks, Ben On Wed, Nov 6, 2019 at 5:34 PM Dennis
 Rooney [log in to unmask] mailto:[log in to unmask] wrote:
 Dear Ben, Is your M44 stereo cartridge wired out-of-phase? It has to
 be that way to ensure optimal vertical pickup. DDR

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