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How to choose the right cartridge for your turntable

Put in brutally simple terms, turntables work by dragging a tiny diamond through the grooves of a record. The cartridge's job is to convert the resulting vibrational energy into sweet, sweet analog sound. There is a...

How to change your turntable's phono cartridge

Your cartridge is responsible for converting vibrational energy from the stylus to an electrical signal that your amp/speakers turn into music. This is an important job and the cartridge has a big impact on playback quality. All of...

Four powered speakers your turntable will love

Photo courtesy of @tcardamone There are many ways to connect your turntable to speakers. The simplest way is to connect directly to powered speakers. Unlike passive speakers (which require an external amp/receiver to drive them), powered speakers come...

Choosing a turntable platter: MDF or acrylic?

A quick, no-BS explanation of the acoustic differences between our platters.   Well, this is our first blog post. It’s been a long time coming. So without further delay, let's just jump right in with one...

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