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offline ijonspeches from 109P/Swift-Tuttle on 2023-03-19 08:01 [#02626026]
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everything sounds like little lord faulteroy mix


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2023-03-19 20:52 [#02626034]
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i guess that's better than everything sounding like Gwarek2


 

offline recycle from Where is Phobiazero (Lincoln) (United States) on 2023-03-20 02:05 [#02626039]
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Lol @ Gwarek2

Maybe you need to unplug and plug back in
Control + alt + delete
New batteries

Needs a little tune up/cleaning like a car or bike


 

offline Tony Danza from nuked west on 2023-03-20 02:30 [#02626041]
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what do you have it plugged into? it needs to go to
something that applies the riaa curve, like phono inputs on
a stereo receiver


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-03-20 03:04 [#02626044]
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i imagine he has it plugged into the wall.


 

offline ijonspeches from 109P/Swift-Tuttle on 2023-03-20 07:33 [#02626046]
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im not running it by a hamster treadmill :)

its plugged intot eh wall obviousl.
using the phono input aswell, though i dont see how that
would make an impact on the spinning speed.

its a Lenco Quarz L-3807, magnetic direct drive.
basically a technics clone.
hifi forums suspect a bad soldering upon same queszions
asked by another. recommendation to chuck it out the window
and buy new.

i was tempted to throw tech out the window, im not willing
to give up this one yet. im kind of a butcher when it comes
to soldering though and i wouldnt even know where to start.
dont have a measuring device either. nor a solder suction
thingie.

i rellay wished though it had the finesse of little lord
faulteroy


 

offline ijonspeches from 109P/Swift-Tuttle on 2023-03-20 07:37 [#02626047]
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if i tear it apart these days i would start looking at the
solders and mechanism connected to the pitch. sound the most
promising place.


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-03-20 22:04 [#02626058]
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one of the many things sadly lost in the chaos after my
father's passing was... his mind-blowingly minimal
turntable. it was literally just a 60hz motor synchronized
off of the AC power cycle and a drive belt.

that once it was playing when the power went out, and...
yeah. the sound was everything you could have hoped for


 


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