Because timing is everything...

A great orchestra depends on a great conductor to keep the note of every instrument playing exactly at the right moment. The pluck of a string, or the trill of a flute just a fraction of a beat off can ruin a performance. The emotion that touches the soul of the audience depends on this precision.

It was with this precision in mind, that the Timeline was born.

As an instrument designed to keep the fi nest of turntables running at exactly the correct speed, there is simply no equal. With a time-base accuracy of 2 parts per million, the Timeline is the very definition of precision.

The Timeline flashes its laser at precisely 33 1/3 (or 45) times per minute. If your turntable is rotating at exactly the correct speed, the dot is stretched into a line segment that is projected to the same place on every revolution. If, however, your turntable is too fast, the projected line segment will drift in a clockwise direction. If too slow, into a counter-clockwise direction. Adjust your turntable speed accordingly. The Timeline will also reveal any loading effects of stylus dragging forces.

The Timeline has also been designed to serve as an indispensable record weight that will effectively dampen the vinyl, providing quieter playback. Its machined Delrin lower section couples into the vinyl. That interface section is then tightly constrained by the rigidity of the machined aluminum upper section. Playback will be signifi cantly improved by leaving the Timeline in place during playback.

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User Testimonials

I can't imagine one better.

Hi Ron,
I hate to admit that I have only today spent enough time with the Timeline to fully understand it and make it work.  And the good news is, it does!

For some honest feedback, I think if its to be seriously considered as a center weight it should be heavier.  But as a speed measuring device, I can't imagine one better.

Tim

I have now "nailed" my Continuu

Ron;
With lots of dots on the wall to use as indicators. I have now "nailed" my Continuum at  33.3333 and 45, so you can use me for a reference!
Thanks for the upgrade,
Ed Holliday