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Playing a Record and release arm stopper. 1 Set cueing lever up position to raise the
5 Remove protective cover from cartridge To play an another part of the record
6 Set cueing lever in up 2 Move tonearm to the desired position.
6,7 To play a 45 single 2 3 3,8,9 play will begin. The green indicator changes to red. 8 turn off). Then adjust pitch by moving Using the PITCH BEND + and â buttons
ADJ. knob. You can use the PITCH BEND + and â buttons to Before playing a record, be sure the PHONO/LINE The distance from center position to synchronize beat of the selection playing on one switch on the mixer is set to PHONO. farthest point scale represents a change turntable with the beat of another selection playing on 10% in pitch. also the other turntable. You can use these buttons even if PITCH BEND + and â buttons to change pitch the QUARTZ lock button is turned on or off.
5 record. 1 8,9 The tonearm will descend slowly the record and Press SPEED to select 45 rpm.
7 Set cueing lever to down position. Place supplied 45 adaptor onto the spindle.
Move tonearm desired point on 3 Set cueing lever to the down position.
If you want to change pitch, press the adaptor tray. lock button (the QUARTZ indicator will
After you have finished using the adaptor, return it to
1 Place a record on the platter.
(see âUsing BEND + and â buttonsâ on 1 Use PITCH ADJ. knob to synchronize the page 8). speed selection playing on one of the
turntables with speed of selection on the
9 If wish, you can return to normal speed other turntable.
Place only one record on the platter at a time. If two or more records stacked on platter, stylus will Note z If strobe dots are not stationary when the PITCH make proper contact with grooves and The PITCH does not function while ADJ. knob is set to the center position quality of reproduction will be impaired. lock on (i.e., while QUARTZ indicator is Adjust platter speed by sliding the PITCH ADJ. on). knob toward + or â until the strobe dots become
(33 1/3 or 45 rpm) while ADJ. knob is 2 Press the PITCH BEND + and â buttons to off center by pressing QUARTZ lock button synchronize the beat of both selections. Pressing (the QUARTZ indicator will turn on). and holding down + or â button causes the Press QUARTZ lock button again go back selection to play 10% faster or slower than the the previous pitch setting (the QUARTZ indicator normal playing speed. will turn off).
2 Turn the POWER switch to ON. stationary.
The strobo lamp, QUARTZ lock indicator, and 10 To adjust volume, use the respective channel SPEED indicator light up. fader mixer, or volume control on the If you have an extra headshell, keep it in the z Turn POWER switch on the mixer and stereo component system or amplifier. headshell holder. amplifier to ON also.
To stop play
3 PITCH ADJ. knob to center position. 1 Set cueing lever in the up position and return
When turntable is turned on, platter speed tonearm to the arm stand. is automatically set 33 rpm. Verify that Attach protective cover onto the cartridge to green indicator lights up. prevent damage to the stylus. 2 Press Bx START/STOP. Press Bx START/STOP. The platter stops rotating. 4 The platter starts rotating. Secure tonearm with the arm stopper. If you select 33 rpm when the turntable is 3 Turn POWER to OFF. connected to a 50 Hz power source, the uppermost row of the strobe dots should appear to stand still. To pause play
50 Hz up position to raise the stylus. 45 33 60 Hz 45 33 Press Bx START/STOP or set cueing lever in the
LED board PAUSE/START board
2-1. Circuit Boards Location
Note on Printed Wiring Board: â¢ X : parts extracted from the component side. â¢ Y : parts extracted from the conductor side. â¢ b : Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
LED SW board MAIN board
RELAY board MOTOR board POWER board TONE ARM board
SECTION 2 DIAGRAMS
specified. â¢ C : panel designation.
1 IC7 0
Note on Schematic Diagram: â¢ All capacitors are in ÂµF unless otherwise noted. pF: ÂµÂµF 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. â¢ All resistors are in â¦ and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
â¢ U : B+ Line. â¢ V : Bâ Line. â¢ Voltages are dc with respect to ground under no-signal conditions. no mark : Power on â¢ Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 Mâ¦). Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances.
Note: The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
â¢ WAVEFORMS â MAIN SECTION â
2 IC10 2 (XOUT)