#1
If any of you guys know a thing about turntables, please help a friend out. So I just got a JTA-220A record player, and it plays too fast. Normally, people have the issue of the RPM hopping up from 33 to 35 or something like that. It has 33.3, 45, and 78 options, but the 33.3 plays faster than the 78. Does anybody know a possible fix?
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Last edited by LJJ_719 at Jan 23, 2017,
#2
Have you tried MP3?
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#3
Kinda sounds like you need an adjustment. There’s a slider or a dial or a screw somewhere that allows you to adjust the speed. should have a speed check thing. Could try looking up a manual for that model to see where all thats at and how to do it right.
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#6
What you need is new amp
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