tip in my AMI D-40 jukebox and get at least a couple of hundred plays with very little record wear. 16 posts, author, message, post subject: Where to buy long playing 78 rpm needles? But in the mean time, if your pickup is "relatively lightweight" (i.e.
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It certainly sounds like the Osmium stylus would be the only way to go in a jukebox. The plating isn't as hard as chrome and you won't get this knife edge happening between the 2 metals. Bob Top Who is online Users browsing this forum: Majestic-12 Bot and 3 guests Jump to: Select a forum Category Antique Radio Discussions Radio Clubhouse Radio Club Related Events Antique Television Discussions Vintage Transistor Radio Discussions Vintage Communications Receivers and Transmitters Electrical/Mechanical Repair and Restoration . Even then, if you are using any sort of changer, the sapphire will last about 10 plays (if you're extremely lucky) before you can literally watch the grooves change colour as the needle moves across the record, and you'll be wiping black dust from the. These tend to be too hard on shellac from the start, but after 5 or 6 sides, the plating starts to wear through to the soft steel base metal, forming a razor sharp edge between the steel chrome. Some companies used to sell a 100 play reduced shank needle that used sort of a Tungstone type filter point. But over here, in the 30's, needles claimed to be good for 60 plays were sold. Who knows with these, maybe someone else here has tried them. You wouldn't want to be changing those every hour or record. Make sure it's not a "all speed" needle.
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Top Post subject: Posted: Jun Sat 20, 2009 11:14 pm Member Joined: Jan Thu 01, 1970 1:00 am Posts: 93 Location: richmond, virginia Ebay Look for Fidelitone De Luxe they have a floating point and last up to 5000 plays, I will let you know. Member, joined: Jan Thu 01, 1970 1:00. There were also many brands of long-play needles that claimed to last 10-20 plays, but most of these are chrome plated. It's funny, but I've damaged the grooves of more records with changers LP needles, than I have using ordinary steel needles on an acoustic machine with a heavy soundbox! Top Post subject: Posted: Jun Fri 19, 2009 10:40 pm Member Joined: Jan Thu 01, 1970 1:00 am Posts: 2550 Location: Haledon NJ USA For a post-wwii phonograph with a set screw cartridge and a record changer, I would use an Osmium tip needle. You have to be really careful with all other multi-play needles though. They are very kind to records, and may be re-pointed. I guess back in the day, records were changed every week or two, so minimal record wear probably wasn't much of an issue. Posts: 2832, location: Nr London, England, SS1 3PT, i see AES does needles which they claim are good for 12 plays. A vintage early-40s chrystal-cartridge pickup, as opposed to the late-20s horseshoe magnet pickup you can use sapphire tip if tegneserier for voksne milf gang bang
you have enough 78s that you rarely play the same one over over again.