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While recording my mix....

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I encountered that my needle was a little messed up making static noises. Under the eye here is what I saw....

Standard Diamond Tip. My Tip

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Guest swirlundergrounder

So basically that needle has been making the grooves in your records wider. Pretty soon you'll be hearing nothing!!!! If you keep going with the current needles.. I need to get new ones as well...

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Guest lyrik

So basically that needle has been making the grooves in your records wider. Pretty soon you'll be hearing nothing!!!! If you keep going with the current needles.. I need to get new ones as well...

I stand by my shure white lables - best needles I've owned and some fo the best I have used period - I had stantons (they last long - but the sound quality is crap anyways) ortofon - sounds good for the 1st month - too lightweight - tips wear fast and they are too touchy as for vibrations or cueing records up - or I might be just a little heavy handed - anyways - Shure - for sure!

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Guest Seb

So basically that needle has been making the grooves in your records wider. Pretty soon you'll be hearing nothing!!!! If you keep going with the current needles.. I need to get new ones as well...

I stand by my shure white lables - best needles I've owned and some fo the best I have used period - I had stantons (they last long - but the sound quality is crap anyways) ortofon - sounds good for the 1st month - too lightweight - tips wear fast and they are too touchy as for vibrations or cueing records up - or I might be just a little heavy handed - anyways - Shure - for sure!

Ya I've got the 44-7's, pretty much the standard for battle djs. I think the sound is pretty decent though. I haven't tried the white labels but I've heard good things. I used Stanton 680s for years. Even had an Stanton 890 if anyones ever heard of those.

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