Michael Lim Stainless Steel Disc stabilizer


               Model RC-ST  :   USD45.00
               Weight : ~392g ( ~13.8 oz)
               Height : ~31mm (~1-7/32")
               Diameter : ~ 63.5mm (~2-1/2")
               Spindle hole depth: ~25mm (~ 1")
A stabilizer is used to provide tighter coupling of disc to the turntable. It's even more so for slightly warped records. 

As we know disc stabilizers come in many forms and shapes in addition to different materials. And for this disc stabiliser, other than the weight (lower section) is of stainless steel, the handle is made of light weight alloy. It's designed so to reduce the weight in the inner segment which would improve the moment of inertia when the platter turns, without adding unnecessary extra burden to the main bearing. 

It is able to accommodate top spindle height of up to 25mm(~1") and will not damage the stylus in the event that the cartridge knock against the stabilizer weight when the needle runs over the record label.






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Sean's DIY project .....


Sean of California has just completed his new DIY TT project.

Beautiful, isn't it?


It's almost a completely new TT now with all the upgrades:
- stainless steel dual pulley
- aluminium sub-platter
- acrylic platter
- bronze bearing hub
- tonearm stabilizer
- motor isolation base
- acrylic isolation platform
- braced acrylic plinth and Audiomods tonearm.

Here's Sean's feedback :

Hi Michael. 

I was finally able to get the table together. I was waiting on the custom arm. Everything worked except the VTA adjuster but that's going on my other table. Audiomods included their VTA system for free. 




It looks great and sounds fantastic. The "Rega sound" is still there but it's much more like an P9 and P10 than a P3 due to the massive improvement in accuracy and dynamics. Also that instant start up is quite amazing and speed is spot-on

Thanks again! 

Sean


Thanks Sean!


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Add some colour to your TT with this acrylic upgrade!

How about the feel with the result of this upgrade?

Hahaha.......  Peter of Australia will let you know the answer here:

Hi Michael. 

I initially purchased an aluminium sub-platter, to which I fitted 2 Rega White Belts, and an acrylic platter from you about 4 years ago and was very happy with the sound it was producing. 

Recently, I was browsing through your blog and came across pictures of Ralf's braced acrylic plinth (with red top) and adjustable aluminium feet upgrades. 

It was too tempting to ignore! I had to do it to mine too. 

Your well secured package arrived within less than a week to Australia. Other than some initial confusion on my part about the on/off switch no longer being required and the TT-PSU now becoming the on/off switch, everything ran smoothly. 

I have included some before-and-after pictures to show my new look Rega RP3. Not only does it sound sexy…it looks sexy as well!!


This is the “before” shot
Braced acrylic plinth (with red top)
New plinth fitted with the aluminium sub-platter (previously bought from you)
fitted with 2xRega White Belts.
Finished product with new acrylic plinth and adjustable aluminium feet,
acrylic platter (previously bought from you),
SRM/Tech Silicone Platter Mat
and Ortofon 2M Bronze stylus
I think my next step will be to add an acrylic isolation platform. 

Many thanks! 

Regards 
Peter Sherriff 
Ulladulla NSW Australia.




Thanks, Peter!




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