If you're asking about the difference between "180gr vinyl and a [regular weight] coloured vinyl", then 180g usually has better sound quality when compared with the regular 120-140g vinyls.
If you're comparing black and coloured vinyls, there is a small noticeable difference in sound quality.
Let's look at the production of coloured vinyl
[in order to ...
Let's start by saying, even if you could, it doesn't make a great deal of sense to have a heavy stereo split in the bass frequencies.
Let's try to analyse why that would be...
First, your directional senses are very poor at low frequencies, so assuming you were sitting slap bang in the middle of your huge hi-fi speakers you'd still barely be able to tell ...
If it is the belt, the quick fix is to clean it in warm soapy water - washing up detergent, one without greasy 'kind to hands' additives is best.
Also make sure the drive & platter themselves are clean & free from dust & grease (not with water, though, unless they're removable, of course ;)
Check that the uneven speed is on all records. It's ...
The german "Intro"-magazine states, that transparent vinyl is theoretical the one with the best sound, but in reality the black one is, because the pressing machines are always held on working temperature.
It also says, that most records are only black, because shellac records were.
But does this sound card does have an effect on the quality of the vinyl songs?
Yes, the digital to analog converters (the sound card of your mixer) of any device have weight in the quality of the output. Better converters will reproduce the signal more accurately.
However, the difference in quality between cheap and expensive converters is very small. ...
Any components of the materials used in making a phonograph disk could make a difference. The material used for coloring is just one of them.
Understanding this would require detailed information regarding the production process.
However, as mentioned in Unusual types of gramophone records coloring as a factor in audio quality was likely not a parameter in ...
This is likely the "bottom line" model, as it doesn't even have a calibration pad like the other models do. Repairs may end up costing more than the unit.
You can always try fixing the unit yourself. While this isn't for your model, you'll get the idea since it likely has similar parts.
Fixing Unstable Speed on Technics Turntable
Right click a youtube video in your browser
Click "Stats for Nerds"
Look for "codecs", note the last part (e.g. "Opus 250")
Look up the value here
The quality of the audio does vary with (some) video resolutions.
I think there are two factors that are responsible for the phenomenon you describe:
Lack of financial means. Neither of the metal bands you mentioned as bad examples are even close to the mainstream and are hence financially ill-equipped. They don't make much money with their music and - justifiably - don't expect massive sales; therefore the amount of ...
You mean the single click on the left, before the F# establishes itself, rather than the repeating tick on the right, which is hi-hat pedal?
The more I listen to that it simply sounds like a mistake. It's string-slap, literally slapping the strings with the heel or flat of your hand, & it does fit the rhythmic meter of the rest of the guitar part, but it'...