An alignment protractor is used to find the correct distance from stylus tip to tonearm pivot. An alignment protractor is a plastic template onto which are printed the null point(s) and lines of tangency against which the cartridge should be aligned.
The template is placed over the turntable's spindle (made possible via a spindle-sized hole drilled in the template) and placed against the platter.
When aligning a cartridge for tangency using the alignment protractor, it is essential to remember that you are attempting to align the cantilever (and, hence, the stylus), not the cartridge body.
There is no guarantee that the cantilever is perfectly aligned within the cartridge body, so simply aligning the cartridge body will not necessarily produce the desired result.
The CLA711 is fitted with two RCA male connectors and one 3.5mm jack male stereo connector, constructed using the SIG144 cable.
The easy to handle PVC jacket is excellent for fixed indoor and mobile applications.
The inner conductors are fitted with a durable shielding. This gives an excellent protection against interference of all kinds such as electromagnetic fields produced by dimmers, electric motors or power cables.
The SIG series cables are “all-round” signal cables which are suited for all kinds of applications where reliable signal transmission is needed.