Izotope Rx 7 Riaa Curve
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The introduction of the standardized RIAA curve meant that equalization (EQ) became part of the mastering discussion. Intended to allow records to be cut with narrower, tighter grooves (and thus, a longer playing time), one side effect of this curve was that the pre-emphasis curve applied to the recording could enhance high-frequency transient peaks, and the de-emphasis applied upon playback could cause a boost in low-frequency energy that would cause the stylus to pop out of the groove.
You briefly mentioned a pre-amp.This would/should be a phono preamp/phono stage/phono preamplifier/RIAA preamp/turntable preamp - an electronic circuit that applies the correct equalization and amplification to the signal coming from your cartridge. However it is often unknown what equalization was actually applied to any specific recording. en.wikipedia.org RIAA equalizationRIAA equalization is a specification for the recording and playback of phonograph records, established by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The purposes of the equalization are to permit greater recording times (by decreasing the mean width of each groove), to improve sound quality, and to reduce the groove damage that would otherwise arise during playback. The RIAA equalization curve was intended to operate as a de facto global industry standard for records since 1954. Howe...
I use the turntable in my speaker rig for doing needle drops. This feeds the moving coil input on the latest Linn Akurate DSM. The Akurate DSM has its own high-quality ADC built-in and after digitizing its phono-input applies the RIAA EQ curve internally via software. That is then made available at both the analog and digital outputs of the Akurate DSM. 153554b96e