Blueguitar wrote:Anti - skating set to 1, tracking force to 1.9, fed into a Cambridge 640p - it can get the music out.
I must admit to being confounded as to how to adjust anti-skate on my RP1, however it doesn't seem to be a real issue at present. Still I do wish i could figure out how to adjust it... anyone have any tips?? I know the debut iii has a hanging weight, it looked pretty ridiculous to me and is a main reason i veered toward the rp1 over the debut iii... but now i can't even find out to set it at all on my rp1!
Also must admit that i have the bias set to 0 instead of the recommended 1.75, even though the counterweight is flush with the stopper as indicated in rega's setup instructions. if the bias is set "correctly" the arm wants to track back to the rest at rapid speed and will pull backwards across the record while tracking. no good at all.
Blueguitar wrote:I now have an 850 dollar P1, but when you're first getting serious about vinyl you don't know how serious you're going to get.
you nailed it. the rega is my 2nd player in under a month (upgraded from the audio technics AT PL120) and i'm already wondering if i should have spent more and gotten a p3 or something greater? i plan to be collecting and spinning vinyl for a long time if not forever.