ShotPuck SP1 rev B
Above: SP1 rev-b with texture black enamel finish
Status: Available for sale
Shipping: $15.50 USPS Priority Mail flat rate box to Conus (1st Class International everywhere else)
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This model is derived from the ShotPuck SP1 rev-A in that it retains the overall shape with five cylindrical shot chambers arranged in a five point star configuration. It differs from SP1 rev-A as follows:
The cad model dimensions in millimeters
All CAD models for the ShotPuck product line are drawn in-house at The Analog Dept. by yours truly, webmaster. (aka user510)
What is the purpose of this record puck? (also known as a record weight)
Q: We might just as well ask the question; what is the point of any record weight?*
A: to dampen vibrations running through the record as it is being played.
Q: why lead shot chambers?
A: Very much like a sand box, the individual lead shot vibrate against one another when stimulated by an external source of vibration. This implies that the individual shot act as a conduit through which vibrations travel. However, because the individual shot are in intimate contact with a large mass of shot, there is not enough energy coming from the source stimulant to force the vibrations to pass completely through the chamber. Ergo vibrations go in, they are dissipated and die within the shot chamber. When this theory is executed properly within a record puck, the end effect is that the reduction in record vibrations result in a cleaner sounding playback. This should also result in a measurable improvement in the s/n ratio.
*(Record weights are often nick-named a 'puck'. because the size and shape often resembles a hockey puck)