J.D. wrote:Even when they seem to be working, say one of three tries, I have to wonder :
Does it really seem like sensible practice to take a delicate recording, especially one that is already defective (a warped record is a defective record, sorry) and then try to reconfigure, re-compress and re-shape with a clamp-- while hoping that somehow you haven't misadjusted the dimensional aspects of the record grooves ?
Cltn2080 wrote:Well, I think we've all learned how J.D. feels about clamps.
Thanks for the input, everyone.
RP3user wrote:I think the lesson here is that the use of clamps is highly debatable which has to be good for anyone new to this site.
cooptx wrote:I've used a Bren on my table for some time, and it's just there for looks. It doesn't seem to make any sonic difference. It Does Look Cool Though
smee4 wrote:I spent a fortnight trying a weight-type clamp before deciding it wasn't worth the effort.