Gold Note Turntable Setup Test Record
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Gold Note Turntable Setup Test Record

MASTER CLASSIC LP 12" 33RPM

Gold Note Turntable Setup Test Record
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The TURNTABLE SETUP & TEST RECORD is a powerful tool able to do all the tests as never been before by other vinyl records made.
The special vinyl allows to set up the turntable perfectly, it is a power tool for audiophile enthiusiast and for professional both.

SIDE A
1 - Channel Test - It allows to verify the left and the right channel are correctly setup

2 - Balance Test - It allows to verify the audio system is well balanced.  As more the signal is strictly in the center of the two loudspeakers as more the audio system is correctly balanced.

3 - Phase Test - It allows to indentify the phase of the audio system.  In out of phase mode the sound comes from all around the room without any apparent focus.  In Phase mode the audio signal must be stably focus in the center of the two loudspeakers.
Moving the speakers incrementally; the more focus obtained in phase mode the less focus you have out of phase.

4 - 300Hz +12dB Tracking and Anti Skate test - EASY - it is an easy signal to read for the turntable.  The best is read the best the turntable is setup.

5 - 300Hz +14dB Tracking and Anti Skate test - NORMAL - it is an standard signal to read for the turntable.  The best is read the best the turntable is setup.

6 - 300Hz +16dB Tracking and Anti Skate test - MEDIUM - it is an slightly difficult signal to read for the turntable.  The best is read the best the turntable is setup.

7 - 300Hz +18dB Tracking and Anti Skate test - HARD - it is an hard signal to read for the turntable.  The best is read the best the turntable is setup.

8 - 300Hz -10dB Pink Noise for Channel Balance Test - The Pink Noise is a full bandwidth signal allows to feel well the balance audio signal.

SIDE B
1 - 3150Hz -10dBtest Tone - The 3150Hz stable signal allows to test the turntable's tone ability. The audio signal must be strictly stable.  As more the signal is stable all over the length of the track as more lower the wow and flutter is.

2 - Anti Skate track -  It allows to adjust the anti skate force to keep the tone arm stably balanced where ever positioned into the track.  If the tone arm tends to move towards the center of the record increase the anti skate force.  If the tone arm tends to move backward towards the perimeter of the record, reduce the anti skate force till the arm is stably blocked where it is laid.
3 - 3000Hz -10dBtest Tone - The 3000Hz is the second stable signal allows to test the turntable's tone ability. The audio signal must be strictly stable as much as the 3150Hz track. As more the signal is stable all over the length of the track as more lower the wow and flutter is.