After JVC bought the speed accuracy of its turntables to near perfection levels, our engineers took a long, hard look at other enemies of accurate music reproduction-extraneous vibration and resonance.
These phenomena are related with sympathetic resonance frequencies of turntables-the tendency of turntable components to resonate and vibrate in sympathy with certain sound waves at certain frequencies.
JVC has discouraged resonance in various ways in all its turntables.
One way is by providing tonearms of low-mass straight designs mounted on solid bases. Another angle of attack we use is our electro-dynamic servo tonearm.
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