Discussion in 'Mastering' started by AM-32B, Jun 3, 2005.
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vinyl cutting forum
where can this forum be found?
hi, look at my homepage :wink:
If you want to participate in this forum and add something, great. You are more than welcome. But if you are just looking to pimp yourself here, then you are not welcome. This is your 3rd post, the 4th is your last chance.
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Is that your portable stereo you got there!?
I take it as you like Neumann very much.
yes, it´s originally the head from the kingston dubplate cutter 1210 overhead.... the electronics is modified and a stronger poweramp is added to cut louder. I am very happy with this configuration...
What poweramp are you using then?
harman+kardon citiation 22
Are they 100W pr channel?
a bit more 8)
but thats enough...for sx74 it´s good to have 400watts and more, but my sc-99 has stronger magnets (rare earth i think...)
Power Output : 200 watts per channel @ 8 ohms
Total Harmonic Distortion : 0.08% @ 8 ohms
0.08% @ 4 ohms
Output 4 Ohms : 200 watts per channel
High Instantaneous Current Capability (HCC) : +/-120 amps
Negative Feedback : 12dB
Frequency Response : 0.1Hz - 250kHz +0/-3dB
Slew Rate : 160 volts/microsecond
thank you AM-32B.
There are some vinyl guys around here. I would like to see more discussion on cutting so please stick around and hash it out.
yes yes postpost post reactions vinyl cutters.....
So? What would it cost me to get a test cut? I have something that i would like to have on vinyl, but the number isnt all that greate so im thinking cutting them might be cheaper than pressing.
Where are you based if you are in the UK i can do a test cut
Dubplate Cuts 12inch@45RPM are arround 60Euros (max. 9min per side)
10inch@45RPM is a bit cheaper (max.7min)
contact me, if you want more details...
Did you get that lathe from Flow?,What signal path have you got betwwen the source and the amps?
Im located up in Norway Ill post again when my band is done in the studio.
the lathe is from vinylium, switzerland, I can reach them in 4 ours with a small truck
the am-32 was originally based in france at the manley studios...
I installed vinyliulm pitch controller, and updated my cutting electronics....
it was much work, because the lathe was in near original condition, with tube pitch, old motors, sitches and and and....
my preamp/riaa is a modified beta kinston electronic, but with best op-amps, caps+coils...
here is a little story (german), but many pics:
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