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Is this realistic? Newbie buying tools and attempting own repairs.

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Just to say well done to longplay.

No timegrapher here either. Record the watch on the computer using Audacity using a separate (cheap) mic.

Use the filter to amplify the result.

You can see the "ticks" as a peak on the waveform, against the time scale along the bottom, and work out the timing.

There is software that will do similar, but you need a mic pre-amp.



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