Clearaudio Break-In Test Record 180G LP
Clearaudio Break-In Test Record 180G LP
Genre: Test Record
Label: Clearaudio
Format: 33RPM,

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Clearaudio Break-In Test Record 180G LP

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SKU:
CLELP70904
UPC:
4015660709046
Multiple endless grooves of pink noise for cartridge break-in and other tracks for cartridge set-up!

Phono cartridges usually need a running-in period to reach their full potential. This can take anywhere from 40 to 100 hours, depending upon the manufacturer, design and construction of the phono cartridge. This Clearaudio Cartridge Break-In Record is a unique tool. Playing an endless groove cut with pink noise significantly reduces the length of the break-in period.

Six continuous pink noise tracks are provided at various positions on the record (track numbers are 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11). To enable frequency response measurement of the phono cartridge, track 3 comprises a sine-wave frequency sweep from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.

There are two separate 240-second tracks containing a pink noise signal for measuring and testing the set-up of the whole system. Tracks 4 and 13 are recorded with no signal to test the noise floor of the entire hi-fi system.

Finally, tracks 8 and 12 contain a special signal to optimize and adjust the anti-skating force. Both channels are recorded with a 316 Hz sine-wave with continually changing phase difference from 0 to 360 deg, so that the stylus movement repeatedly changes from lateral to vertical and back again. The signal level changes accordingly from -22 dB to +8 dB, corresponding to a maximum velocity of 9.81 cm/s or a maximum displacement of 50 lm, horizontally or vertically.

Features:
• 180 Gram Vinyl

Selections:
1. No Signal, Concentric Groove For Eccentricity Check
2. 1 kHz, Starting Signal
3. Sweep, Frequency Response Check: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
4. No Signal, Total System Noise Check
5. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
6. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
7. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
8. 316 Hz (0 to 360 Degrees), Anti-Skating Check
9. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
10. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
11. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
12. 316 Hz (0 to 360 Degrees), Anti-Skating Check
13. No Signal, Total System Noise Check
14. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
15. No Signal, Concentric Groove For Eccentricity Check
Description
Multiple endless grooves of pink noise for cartridge break-in and other tracks for cartridge set-up!

Phono cartridges usually need a running-in period to reach their full potential. This can take anywhere from 40 to 100 hours, depending upon the manufacturer, design and construction of the phono cartridge. This Clearaudio Cartridge Break-In Record is a unique tool. Playing an endless groove cut with pink noise significantly reduces the length of the break-in period.

Six continuous pink noise tracks are provided at various positions on the record (track numbers are 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11). To enable frequency response measurement of the phono cartridge, track 3 comprises a sine-wave frequency sweep from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.

There are two separate 240-second tracks containing a pink noise signal for measuring and testing the set-up of the whole system. Tracks 4 and 13 are recorded with no signal to test the noise floor of the entire hi-fi system.

Finally, tracks 8 and 12 contain a special signal to optimize and adjust the anti-skating force. Both channels are recorded with a 316 Hz sine-wave with continually changing phase difference from 0 to 360 deg, so that the stylus movement repeatedly changes from lateral to vertical and back again. The signal level changes accordingly from -22 dB to +8 dB, corresponding to a maximum velocity of 9.81 cm/s or a maximum displacement of 50 lm, horizontally or vertically.

Features:
• 180 Gram Vinyl

Selections:
1. No Signal, Concentric Groove For Eccentricity Check
2. 1 kHz, Starting Signal
3. Sweep, Frequency Response Check: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
4. No Signal, Total System Noise Check
5. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
6. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
7. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
8. 316 Hz (0 to 360 Degrees), Anti-Skating Check
9. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
10. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
11. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
12. 316 Hz (0 to 360 Degrees), Anti-Skating Check
13. No Signal, Total System Noise Check
14. Pink Noise, Cartridge "Break In"
15. No Signal, Concentric Groove For Eccentricity Check
Genre
Test Record
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
1.00
Construct
0
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0
Artist
Title
Break-In Test Record
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
ISBN
Creation Date
Release Date
11-19-2013
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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