My turntable wobbles. Is this normal?

Yes, it is normal for a turntable to exhibit some degree of wobble. It is not technically feasible to make a platter that is 100% straight. Small wobbles usually do not affect the performance of the turntable.

2. How can I know if wobbling on my turntable is a problem?

In general, a slight wobble is not a cause for concern. Record players are designed with this factor in mind, and the arm is flexible enough to adjust gently to small irregularities in the platter. However, if you find that wobbling is causing problems, such as skipping needles or irregular playback experiences, there may be an underlying problem that needs to be addressed.

3. What should I do if my turntable's wobbling is causing problems?

If the wobbling of your turntable does cause problems, such as a disturbed playback experience, skipping needles or sound problems, we recommend contacting your retailer. They can assess your situation and provide appropriate solutions if necessary.