Hi all! Many thanks for yours answers friends! I have one good news and two bad
I'm having more bass after 30 hours. I will be hope get it more after 50h
Treble is more sweet now but it stay on bright side
When I changed track angle I have broke screw thread of mounting in 2m blue. Don't know what to do now...
I run a Blue on my 2Xperience. The cart has a lot more treble detail which is too bright from my Technics1200 or Rega p5. I prefer the Red stylus which has a more normal balance and deep bass. On my Project 2Xperience though the Blue works great. Must be the better arm. My guess is that the steel arm on your table is not a great match. A Red stylus will sound better IMO. My Debut has Acry It, Speedbox as well. Btw i assume you got the heavier counterweight when you swapped carts. Otherwise the Blue will not work properly.
Is steel (aluminium) arm so critical?
moon unit wrote:
The bass will fill out over time.
Read this on "The Apple Chap Blog," you can go straight to the section regarding the 2M Blue: http://www.theapplechap.com/TheAppleCha
Thanks. It is very interesting for me. I have played about 30 hours I think and I have really more bass now. Waiting for 50 hours
When you add the loading of the phono cables you are well into range. Have you tried upping the tracking force close to the mazimum recommended?
Yes I trying maximum force and I don't hear any deeply changes. I have question. How can I add loading? I should use any special devices (another than Phono stage with changeable inductance on 47KOm) or may be I should get solderer and do it myself? Could you take me any practice decision?
Henley wrote:Hi Sergio, can you please take a photo from the side of the tone arm with the stylus sitting still on a record?
Here more photo.
Point 1 (closer to center)