Would damaged/scratched vinyl cause any harm to speakers?

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  1. Cagri

    Cagri Second Unit

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    I am thinking to get a TT and put my records back in use... I am worried about the condition of many...
     
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    I don't think so.
     
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    Nope
     
  4. Cagri

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    Good to know, thanks a lot
     
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    Well, I went ahead and bought a Project debut 2 today.. It's project's entry turntable, but like a state of the art masterpiece to me after the turntable I used to own many years ago...

    Instead of starting another thread I thought I'd post here. I would like some help about this tt, I hope my post will be seen.

    It's a belt drive unit, I placed the belt as proper as possible, but the platter doesn't turn perfectly flat. It's like it's not been centered and makes ups and downs, is this normal?

    Also, there's this anti-skating force adjustment which I am not sure I've done correctly. The manual isn't very helpful, it tells something about downforce and gives numbers like 10-15mN, 15-20mN, 20mN and bigger.There's also a plastic thingy which looks like a tool to measure this downforce with a hole on one side and these 10-15-20 mN numbers on it but I have no idea what to do with it...

    I had the unit running as it is by the way and the sound is ver pleasing. It's airy, it's more natural and warm than CDs..

    Any help out there please?
     

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