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Name: Noel
Message: Hi
I have an Linn Lp 12 and i want to buy your mat.
Can you furnish me the cost including shipping to Malaysia.
I could pay via pay pal.
Hoping to gt an early reply.

Regards
Noel
Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia

Webmaster's reply: Please use the "Contact Us" link on the menu bar at the top of the page. (You'll want a full-size Way Excellent II-2mm Turntable Mat for the LP12; several shipping options are available to Malaysia.)
Name: Yasir
Message: I still have my first stereo, it is a Dyna PAS-3, the Dyna tuner, and two Dyna MK 111 amps. The one Mark 111 had the erltcloeytic capacitor fail, which has an unusual high voltage and I could never find a replacment for it until about a month ago. I think I may look into getting this upgraded and going again. I have no other tube component stereo equipment other than the Dyna.
Name: Brian
Message: I have a Pro-Ject RPM 1.3 with an adjustable VTA. What thickness would be the best for me to use? Is a thicker mat necessarily better?

Webmaster's reply: We have lots of customers using a full-size (295mm-diameter) Way Excellent II-2mm Turntable Mat with RPM 1.3 tables, with excellent results. A thicker mat is not necessarily better unless you're having severe problems with rumble, which a thicker mat will reduce more effectively.
Name: steve f
Message: Which mat is the best choice for the Revox B-795 direct drive turntable. The short tonearm makes mat thickness critical. Thanks.

Webmaster's reply: A Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat is recommended for the Revox. If you don't want to adjust VTA (with cartridge spacers) or change the "bottoming limiter" adjustment, then whichever Way Excellent II version is closest in overall thickness and diameter to your present mat would be appropriate.
Name: Andrius
Message: Hi, I have Empire turntable 598 and wonder which mat would fit.
The problem: when I take off my standard mat I see that the surface of the platter is not all flat. From the spindle outwards there is an area that is higher then the outer ring area. It is difficult to describe, but perhaps you know these turntables and will understand this description.
I would appreciate a reply.
Sincerely,
Andrius

Webmaster's reply: For the 598, use a Way Excellent II-2.4mm Turntable Mat on top of the factory mat and adjust the tonearm height to accommodate the increased height.
Name: Kee
Message: Hi, got a 1)goldmund st4, 2)a linn sondek, and 3)an audiomeca roma, please recomend mats for all three, thanks

Webmaster's reply: A Way Excellent II-2mm Turntable Mat should do very well for all three.
Name: Michael Skarzewski
Message: I have a Stanton T.92 turntable that came with a felt mat that's approximately 3.5mm thick. Would the Way Excellent II-3mm Turntable mat be suitable? I'm also not sure how big the centre hole needs to be, as I have a couple of 45 rpm records.

Webmaster's reply: A 3mm mat would be suitable, though a Way Excellent II-3.4mm Turntable Mat would be a closer fit. You'll want the standard center hole. To play 45's, you'd use a plastic 45 adapter that fits inside the 45 record hole.
Name: Roderick Merkx
Message: Hi I'm currently going through my options for new slipmats and stumbled across this brand. I wonder if these mats are great for dj'ing in clubs (I would actually bring them to gigs) and which thickness would be best for club situations (I saw that 3.7 mm was best for technics is that also the case in club situations?)

Thanks!

Webmaster's reply: Herbie's turntable mats are designed to achieve the best sonic potential of the turntable. In line with this goal, they are designed to prevent lateral slippage and therefore are not suitable to be used as slipmats. Otherwise, if you want the best sonic reproduction of the music then yes a Way Excellent II-3.7mm or 4mm Turntable Mat is certainly suitable. A 3.7mm mat is at the very low extreme of the VTA adjustment of some Technics turntables, so we recommend a 4mm mat so you'll have a little play in the VTA setting.
Name: Peter
Message: Got a Way Excellent I a few years ago for my AR turntable. Very noticeable improvement. Get one you will hear the difference on most systems.
Name: Senhal
Message: What would you suggest for a Goldring GR1.2? Since this is so similar to the Rega P2, would the full-size II-2mm be best? Or is the 2.4mm best?

Webmaster's reply: Full-size Way Excellent II-2mm Turntable Mat is fine. 2.4mm is appropriate if that's closer in thickness to the original factory mat. Either way, a 0.4mm difference in thickness is not likely to be significant.
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