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Something Hard (Radio Edit) - Various - Teckno 1.0 (Vinyl, LP)

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  3. Jan 12,  · Stereo records played on a mono VRII or RPX will become damaged, but farther up the groove wall. So, you won't likely hear it until the mono tip wears far enough to touch the groove wall where the stereo tip will hear it. For a while, some labels mixed the LP's a bit more to make groove damage less on MODERN mono machines of the 's.

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  7. Jan 11,  · This cartridge's recommended VTF is 8 grams, and since I use the same cartridge to play both mono LPs and 45s (with a mil stylus) and 78 rpm records (with a mil stylus, of course), the tracking force is set at 8 grams. Still, I can detect no audible damage to a stereo LP after playing it with the GE cartridge.

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