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Turntable and Stylus Set-Up Tools

The groove width on an LP is smaller than the width of a human hair and it is amazing that vinyl sound reproduction works at all. To keep your stylus firmly in the grooves and prevent record wear, it is critically important to have a properly aligned stylus. Choose from our Diskeeper Cartridge Aligment Protractor, the classic Shure Stylus Force Gauge or the remarkable Mobile Fidelity GeoDisc for a properly aligned cartridge and the best sound ever!

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diskeeper tonearm headshell level
Diskeeper Tonearm Headshell Level
Our Price: 3.29

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An easy way to ensure your cartridge and headshell are level, this tiny acrylic bubble level is a must-have for cartridge set-up!
turntable level
Two Way Bubble Level
Our Price: 6.99

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An easy way to ensure your cartridge and headshell are level, this tiny acrylic bubble level is a must-have for cartridge set-up!
Diskeeper Cartridge Alignment Protractor
Diskeeper Cartridge Alignment Protractor
Our Price: 16.95

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Set up and align your cartridge with our new Diskeeper Cartridge Protractor!
shure stylus force measuring gauge
Shure Stylus Force Gauge
Our Price: 28.95

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The Shure SFG-2 Stylus Tracking Force Gauge is the industry standard. This simple-to-use measuring device was developed to give listeners a way to insure against the problems caused by improper tracking force settings, which include mistracking, excessive record and tip wear, and poor sound reproduction.
MFSL / Mobile Fidelity Geo-Disc
MFSL / Mobile Fidelity Geo-Disc
Our Price: 49.95

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Mounting and aligning phonograph cartridges can be a tedious and time-consuming chore. Not with the Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab GEODISC!
Milty Zerostat 3
Milty Zerostat 3
Our Price: 100.00

In the laboratory the Milty Zerostat keeps film glass plastic ware and lenses dust and lint free. It also prevents charged particles from flying during weighting or transfer of particles. And the Zerostat gun finds wide use among those who possess and maintain phonograph record collections.