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Álvaro Alexandre Álvaro Alexandre

« Erros de projecto !!? »

Published on 08/14/18 at 08:16
Value For Money : Correct
Audience: Advanced Users
Comprei este aparelho para uso caseiro
Contaxto normal
Sim já testei
PRÓS: Sector áudio acima da média com capsula ortofon OM/agulha ortof.10
Mecânica simples mas eficaz na precisão
CONTRAS:
1-Erro de posicionamento; o do braço quando este na posição de descanso,a tampa quando fechada bate bate no contra-peso de ajustar da força de rastreamento. https://img.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_facepalm.gif
2-O motor/tração e o Pré-amp.áudio estão posicionados na extremidade posterior da base,e o seu peso tende a desnivelar o aparelho, por o centro de gravidade estar desfasado da linha do centro do prato giratório.
O aparelho é um tripé, com pés de borracha flexível e na base do pé um feltro macio.:bravo:
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