BrooklynGal wrote:Hi Royal Mile:
Sorry the camera isn't rock steady.
Since I received the turntable, I have played about half a dozen albums all with the same results. I will play a more recent album and hope for the best. Tomorrow, I'll inform you of the results.
Thanks for your reply!
I need to ask an obvious question. When you look at the record (in hand just before you place it on the platter) does the record look warped? It is possible, depending on how the history of how the records were stored, that they all have a warp. I used an SL-1900 for many years so I don't suspect the platter. The records, the mat, and the motor mount/spindle are higher possibilities in my mind.
If it is the vinyl that is warped, as long as the stylus still tracks correctly (no skips), then no major problem. You have not commented on any sound problems.