1210 -3.3% speed problem
  English Topics, DO NOT reply in other languages than English !  

clive    posted on 14-09-2007 13:44
on both of my decks i have this problem,the small? -dot on the platter should stop? at -3.3 but is actually still at -2,,, at +3.3 and +6 its all ok,anyone know how to rectify this problem ?

stevew    posted on 14-09-2007 14:47
It's simple. Inside the turntable you have 2 adjustmeters witch can be simply altered by turning on them with a screwdriver. 1 meter is for your brake-adjustment (how long before the platter stops) and the other one is for your pitch-adjustment (you can set the pitch to max 8% or you can alter it to max 16%, i think) and there lies your problem. You're pitch is set for more then 8%, then you have incorrect readings. So the best thing you can do is to remove the platter, remove the black plat that lies underneath it and you will see te 2 meters for your adjustments (it is written above the meters wich is wich). When you have the correct setting, place everything back into place and it schould be allright then.
But my 1210's are set on max speed so my platter dot's do not have the correct measurements alsoCry

GreetsCry
User edit by stevew on 14-09-2007 @ 15:05:25 (1%)
BryanB    posted on 14-09-2007 15:04
witch = which

heks = heks
clive    posted on 14-09-2007 15:21
Poster: stevew
It's simple. Inside the turntable you have 2 adjustmeters witch can be simply altered by turning on them with a screwdriver. 1 meter is for your brake-adjustment (how long before the platter stops) and the other one is for your pitch-adjustment (you can set the pitch to max 8% or you can alter it to max 16%, i think) and there lies your problem. You're pitch is set for more then 8%, then you have incorrect readings. So the best thing you can do is to remove the platter, remove the black plat that lies underneath it and you will see te 2 meters for your adjustments (it is written above the meters wich is wich). When you have the correct setting, place everything back into place and it schould be allright then.
But my 1210's are set on max speed so my platter dot's do not?have the correct measurements alsoCry

GreetsCry[/blockquote]


tried this already,by doing this,i can get -3.3 correct but this makes +6 and +3.3 wrong,ive tried adjusting the pitch screw under the pitch slider(which as far as i know,sets the zero point-this must be matched to the quartz lock at the green light) when this is done i always get back to the original point,which is -3.3 being at -2,
 


  This is an old Topic

No new postings for 4.111 days.
 Post CommentThat would be 137 months
or a whopping 11.3 years
You might consider opening a new topic or reply anyway by pressing the green button...


48 Users online: 13 Guests (35 Bots)
Pages generated today : 19.566
Most users online this month : 93
Lifetime Pageviews : 165.588.973