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Pro-Ject Clamp it

Record clamp/turntable weight

Item # 252CLMPIT

This lightweight clamp holds records firmly in place on your turntable platter and reduces wear and unwanted resonance.

This lightweight clamp holds records firmly in place on your turntable platter and reduces wear and unwanted resonance.

Item # 252CLMPIT

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About the Pro-Ject Clamp it

A lightweight record clamp

The Pro-Ject Clamp-It lets you carefully adjust how tightly it grips the spindle of your turntable, rather than simply adding weight to the center of the platter, which can induce low-frequency rumble. This aluminum clamp weighs just 4.23 ounces, and it features leather accents and a diamond-cut pattern on the knob. It holds vinyl firmly in place on your turntable platter and reduces unwanted resonances and LP slippage. 

Product highlights:

  • aluminum knob with leather accents and diamond-cut finish
  • allows fine adjustment of tightening force
  • holds records firmly in place on turntable platter
  • reduces unwanted resonances and LP slippage
  • helps extend life of your records and stylus by reducing wear
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  • Record clamp

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Clamp-It Record Clamp: Vinyl sound can be significantly improved, when unwanted resonances between record and platter are reduced during playback. Therefore the surfaces of record and platter should connect tightly. The Pro-Ject Clamp-It record clamp is the perfect solution. The Clamp-It securely bonds the record to the platter, without the weight of a record puck which can stress the main platter bearing. You can even adjust the downward pressure depending on the condition of your warped records. The Pro-Ject Clamp-It is precision machined from aluminum with diamond-cut bevels and a leather pad to protect the record label. The Clamp-It record clamp will work with practically any platter spindle (threaded or smooth).

  • First, make sure the screw cap of the Clamp-It record clamp is loose and press it down to unlock the clamp mechanism.
  • Then place the Clamp-It over your turntable's platter spindle with the record on the platter. Applying a small amount of downward pressure may help flatten some warped records.
  • Finally, tighten the Clamp-It by turning the screw cap knob clockwise until it is snug (but, do not over tighten).
  • To remove the Clamp-It, simply turn the screw cap knob counter-clockwise to loosen and then lift off the clamp.

Dimensions & Weight: Dimensions & weight of the Pro-Ject Clamp-It record clamp are as follows -

  • Diameter: 3.0625" (78mm)
  • Height: 1.3125" (33mm)
  • Weight: 4.23 oz (120g)

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