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Cartridge Man Digital Levelling Gauge


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Warranty length 1 Year
Brand Cartridge Man

Tech Specs

Measurement range     +35° to -35°
Accuracy     Better than 0.1° at level
Useable period     > 10 hours continuous
Display     2 x 3-digit LED and 4 x 3mm LEDs
Status indication     Display test, nulling
Cell type     2 x AAA
Useable temperature     5°C to 35°C
Dimensions     62mm (H) x 69mm (Diameter)
Construction     Non-magnetic, anti-static treated

Product Description

Many use bubble levels to level their turntable, but their accuracy is subject to both eye sight and it can be very frustrating to centre that bubble! Cartridge Man introduced this digital levelling gauge as a solution. This is a highly accurate, easy-to-use, all-electronic Digital Levelling Gauge tgat presents a digital level read-out of both planes simultaneously to an accuracy of 0.1°. Four quadrant LEDs give a clear indication of which side needs lowering or raising, until both readouts are equal to 0 and the turntable is perfectly level.

A turntable will always perform at its best when properly leveled. Using Cartridge Man's Digital Levelling Gauge, you can make sure level is accurate and realise the maximum performance from your turntable.

Press Reviews

  • The importance of setting up a turntable correctly is only appreciated by those why have completed this task. Until then you just do not know what you are missing Used in conjunction with a test record, you have all the tools needed to set up a turntable system to perfection. All professionals/shops should own these. If someone comes to set up a turntable and doesn't have one ask why not - its like a doctor without a stethoscope (TNT-Audio online)

  • Now I'd go further and say that for anyone who takes the job seriously, then its essential equipment. This thing is a DIY-ers delight. Expensive? Yes, but then the best normally is (Hi-Fi+ magazine)

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