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Name: TL Tate
Message: Hello, Thickness and size for Denon DP-45f? Also, std rubber mat sets into holes in platter for some specific reason. Will any functions be effected using your mat only?
Thank you!

Webmaster's reply: For the Denon DP-45F, a full-size (295mm-diameter) Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat will bring out a better potential of the turntable and audibly better sonic result compared to the stock rubber mat, without affecting or compromising any function of the turntable when playing lps (the mat will cover the sensor holes the same as an lp does). For records other than lps, however, like 45s or 78s, that are smaller in diameter than lps, the automatic mode will not work (that's what the holes are for), though you can simply play these records in manual mode.
Name: Miguel
Message: Hi ... which mat can be adequated for a technics sl-q2?

Webmaster's reply: A 285mm-diameter Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat.
Name: Markus
Message: Hi, I have a Technics slj-92 direct drive linear tracking turntable that has no record mat so I have no idea how thick the original was. What would you suggest as a suitable replacement? Thank you...

Webmaster's reply: A 285mm-diameter Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat with 40mm center hole.
Name: Ryan B
Message: Recommendation for an onkyo cp1036a?

webmaster's reply: We recommend a Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat. If you cannot adjust VTA/tonearm height, then whichever Way Excellent II version is closest in thickness to the stock mat would be most appropriate.
Name: Zelimir
Message: Hello,

I purchased Full-size Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable mat for my Kuzma Stabi/Stogi Reference turntable. Mat is really surprisingly better than all mats I tried, except maybe original Oracle silicone turntable mat. Each one sound slightly diferent /do not know which one is better/ but both mats are miles better from other mats you can buy on market today.

Regards from an old audiophile from
Zagreb, Croatia
Name: John Ostermaier
Message: I have been using your turntable mat with my Linn LP12 for about a month now, and I like it better than the stock mat. One thing is that it grips the record better, eliminating the need for a record clamp. This allows me to keep the turntable running while I change records, which reduces the number of startups which put a strain on the drive motor.
Name: Buddy
Message: I've got a VPI Traveler whose platter is slightly raised where the record label rests, which mat would you suggest and would you recommend a doughnut cutout?

Webmaster's reply: Full-size (295mm-diameter) Way Excellent II-3mm Turntable Mat with 4.25" (donut) center hole.
Name: BJ
Message: Hey What would you recommend for a Technics SL-1400Mk2 Cheers BJ

Webmaster's reply: A 292mm-diameter Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat.
Name: Joy
Message: Hello, which mat would you recommend for a Denon DP-7F?

Webmaster's reply: A full-size (295mm-diameter) Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat.
Name: Gregory Hall
Message: A Dj slipmat came with Stanton ST-150 turntable.
This mat is more than slightly warped
Considering I have no desire to scratch, back cue, or
anything else of that nature, this mat serves me no
real purpose.
I need a mat that has good vibration cancelling effects.
and also be gentle with my records.
Which mat do you recommend for this turntable?

Webmaster's reply: A 285mm-diameter Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat is recommended for the Stanton ST-150
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