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Naim Aro and sKale set up

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I have just acquired a sKale for my Aro but no notes

Googled it and found a set-up clip on U-tube, All seems straightforward until the guy says to add .2 gm to the manufacturers'' rec tracking weight???  There is no mention of this in my Aro owners manual so is this peculiar to the sKale or what >

Any advice welcomed

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Hi,

Probably nlot many Aro users on here - you might have more luck on Pink Fish.

REgards,

Lindsay

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It depends upon the stylus balance that you are using. If using the Ortofon balanace supplied with the arm it is correct to add 0.2 g, taking the weight with felt mat off, for a felt mat of about 3 mm, which is standard mat, or equivalent depth replacement. The cartridge on that balance is not at record height when measured. This is due to arm geometry and because counterweight is mounted below arm tube height. If using a balance that measures at record height, like Cartridge Man device then set weight as it should be, don't add 0.2 g. The addition of 0.2 g using supplied balance is on page 8 of manual for my 1990 arm.

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On 8/27/2017 at 19:03, The Strat said:

Hi,

Probably nlot many Aro users on here - you might have more luck on Pink Fish.

REgards,

Lindsay

I use one!!!:^

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