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Detroitbb

Detroitbb 12:01:34 - 09 December 2013

Glad to be of help, G!

I hope you enjoy your skip-free turntables soon!

smile

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gjango 1:17:16 - 09 December 2013

Me to man me tooo…......


RESPECT!!!!!!!!!  once more….....

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Shaun Whitcher 2:42:45 - 09 December 2013

Sweet! Good news!

Thanks for the help Detroitbb smile

Detroitbb

Detroitbb 6:50:46 - 09 December 2013

Shaun Whitcher - 09 December 2013 02:42 PM

Thanks for the help Detroitbb :)

We all contributed…

:)

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gjango 11:48:12 - 10 December 2013

NO DOUBT!!!!!!!

its the most positive , introduction into any sort of online social site that i have joined thous far…...

so with leaving no one out BIG THANKS!!!!!!!!  again….

oh and spoke to Jennifer from ( millennium-worldwide)

she she would have them shipped out with in 24 hour

so needless to say i,m stoked ......

best to all @ Rane and fam

one

G

Shaun Whitcher Rane Forum Admin

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Shaun Whitcher 12:08:03 - 10 December 2013

gjango - 10 December 2013 11:48 AM

NO DOUBT!!!!!!!

its the most positive , introduction into any sort of online social site that i have joined thous far…...

so with leaving no one out BIG THANKS!!!!!!!!  again….

oh and spoke to Jennifer from ( millennium-worldwide)

she she would have them shipped out with in 24 hour

so needless to say i,m stoked ......

best to all @ Rane and fam

one

G


Thank you for the support. Glad to hear all went well with Millennium!

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Jonny Townsend 10:21:10 - 21 October 2015

For Ortofon S-120 om
http://ortofon.com/dj/products/dj-cartridges-selector/om-ortofon-serato-s-120

Tracking force range 1,5-10,0 g (15-100 mN)
Tracking force recommended 4,0 g (40 mN


That’s basically saying with the Tone arm counter weight, set it to Zero and then add 4.0g of counterweight

if the needle still slides, make sure the decks are perfectly level and try adding another 0.5 weight.

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