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    Re: : Audio Technica AT-LP120 VS Pioneer PLX500

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    "Hi,
    I'm Marco from Italy.
    I've the PLX1000 and it sounds very very good,"terrific" in a word.
    Please read carefully what now I'm writing.I'm a "senior" member of an audio hifi hiend forum and I have a deep expertise in turntable setup and maintenance.
    I've had a lot of turntables and I deeply observed the Pioneer PLX alongside the ATLP1240USB.

    Read well:

    1) PLX 1000 is a Made in China turntable, but designed by Pioneer and with special check and control agreements (I suppose) between factory and Pioneer itself.
    So I think that Pioneer requires more attention and control check for its turntables than other smaller brands.

    2) All SuperOEM recent turntables (like AT, Reloop, Stanton and so on) have an antiskating knob with dial up to 3g. Pioneer hasn't.Pioneer antiskating dial arrives theoretically to 6 g, the double of other SuperOEM turntable.
    I observed that if I set the cartridge tracking force to 2 g, I need to set the antiskating to 4 to perfectly balance the tonearm skating force. But n.4 Pioneer position of antiskating dial is perfectly at the same position of 2g of other chinese turntables antiskating dial. So, I think that there isn't any problem of antiskating on Pioneer but only a poorly clear indication of antiskating force.
    I think that the antiskating spring in the base of tonearm of Pioneer is the same of the other chinese super OEM turntables.So what you read 4 in the Pioneer antiskating dial is correctly 2 (the half) in practice.
    So if you have set 1,5 g of tracking force, please set 3 on Pioneer antiskating dial. If I'm right you will balance the antiskating and movement of tonearm setting (on Pioneer) the antiskating the double of tracking force.
    Please check and let me know if I'm right or not.
    "

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