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Modern vinyl records are thin, flexible, and often warped or bowed. As most records do not lie flat on the turntable platter, sound reproduction suffers due to undamped vinyl resonances caused by the stylus riding on an unsupported record. Records that are bowed downward contact the platter at the outer edge but not in middle. Conversely, records that are warped or bowed upward tend to rock on the platter. In these instances, anti-skating compensation is less effective and record wear is increased substantially by the lateral or vertical see-saw motion of the tonearm/cartridge combination.
The Project Record Puck solves the above problems by bringing the record into more intimate contact with the platter.