2018-03-12 (M) HackadaySummary

Clever Approach To Stylus Alignment
Vinyl records are not something I use to fill my home but this hack was clever and deserved to be shared. Aligning the stylus (head) of a record player is important for getting the optimal sound from a record and there are free printable protractor templates online or even mirrors with the protractor printed on them. This clever hacker used an inexpensive mirror and printed the template on transparency paper for almost no cost and the features of the professional version.

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