Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Dont try to match the stylus based on the brand and model alone. It's better to match based on the cartridge brand and model.
Read the information on the website as to how to select the correct stylus for the 45 & 78 formats. Email them with all the information you can find a d they'll fix you up properly.
Posted on Jun 19, 2019
Stylus should be same for all. It's the speed settings that make the difference. If you player does not have dial with 33/45/78, then you wont be able to play them.
Posted on Jun 10, 2019
Testimonial: "Incorrect advice. A Sapphire stylus is required for 78s and a Diamond stylus is required for 45s and LP's. A Diamond stylus will ruin a 78rpm record in very short order...why do you think I asked for both?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: turntable plays too fast
I have seen this problem before. Lift the turntable off. It might be held down with a clip around the center pole. Under it you will see a wheel that contacts the turn table and the center shaft of the motor. The motor shaft has 3 0r 4 elevations with different diameters. When you change the speed the wheel will move up and down to different diameter levels on the motor shaft. It must be free to move. It might need some oil at the moving parts as I suspect it is not moving properly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 08, 2008
I just paid 30 dollaes to have a teck say that the laser was no good! they said a new laser would cost 250!!!! ya right! hope this helped u.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
Record Town in Fort Worth has them. They are at 3025 S University Dr 817-926-1331. He has a couple on order for me now. His name is Sumpter. They have been in business there since 1949.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
Have a look on the back input panel of the sc-dv290. Check for a "PHONO" input. If there is no phono input it will not play turntable. If there is: then plug it the turntable in and switch the SC-DV290 to PHONO mode.
Another way would be to purchase a "phono preamplifier" from ebay: Hook the turntable into the phono preamplifier, and the preamplifer into the SC-DV290 AUX input.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
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