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Rumble really hasn't been an issue so far. I’m mainly concerned about accidental bumps/needle drops.The turntable is an Audio-Technica AT-LP60-USB. It came with an Audio-Technica cartridge already installed.https://www.audio-technica.com/cms/turntables/085561cf849acaa9/index.html
Ok, then it isn't a junk table, and there shouldn't be a mismatch between cartridge and arm... so compliance shouldn't be the issue. First, let's establish that there is a problem. So there is no rumble, and you want to avoid needle drops. Use the cueing lever. I really don't know what frequency range a needle drop or a bump falls into. Your filter may have little effect. But for thirty bucks, you don't lose much to try it out. On closer look, I don't see a cueing lever... but, the good news is that it's automatic. Put on the record, hit play, and walk away from it... the further the better to avoid bumps!
I’ll try to keep an eye on it to see if there really is a problem or not.
Let us know what you find out. After looking at that TT a bit more, I might have been premature in saying it isn't junk. I had assumed Audio Technica wouldn't put their name on anything horrendous, but I suspect I'm wrong. $99 new w/ cartridge doesn't buy much other than Chinese bottom end. However, the good news is that one of those buttons in front is for cueing. Would your partner be interested in moving up a bit to a better table? For not a huge amount, you could not bother with filters at all. An Orbit is $179, but it's not auto. https://uturnaudio.com/products/orbit-basic-turntable
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