12ax7_vinyl wrote:I've been giving my platter a little push upon startup for the last few years. I like the idea. It has plenty of time to spin up to speed while my amp's tubes, but I figure at the least it extends the life of the belt.
Sounds like a good practice to start! Thanks
To update my concern with the table, the spindle on the motor is not centered by design and I had it closest to the platter. This caused the belt to be not as tight as it would be if I turned the motor 180 degrees. Works good now and I'm starting to give it a spin before I hit the switch.
Thanks all! Appreciated