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Pioneer Exclusive P10 and tonearm dampening

Discussion in 'Pioneer Audio' started by marc0209, Jun 11, 2017.

  1. marc0209

    marc0209 New Member

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    Hello,
    I just recently picked up a P10. My initial impressions(very initial)are of a sound a little bass shy and less organic sounding than my Yamaha Gt-2000. I have read that dampening the EA-10 tonearm can help a lot in this area, but sadly I do not have any of the Pioneer dampening fluid. Can anybody recommend where I can pick some up, or If their is a similar alternative. After all, it is a silicone based solution that Pioneer sourced. Thank you in advance.
    Marc
     
  2. hennessy

    hennessy Active Member

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    Lemont, IL
    You can get Jelco DO-01 Tonearm Oil. I use silicone oil from 20 000 to 50 000 cst. Original Pioneer part is GEM1058, which is 200 000 cst.
    For me both Jelco and Pioneer are too thick.
     
  3. marc0209

    marc0209 New Member

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    Hello,
    Than you very much for the response. Are you using the straight or S wand? What type of effect does the dampening arm have in your opinion.?
    Thanks,
    Marc
     

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