Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
No, there is no motors on these things. They operate on a direct drive system. What this means is that there are various components/circuits which control it's drive function. If the torque is off on your turntables, more than likely one of the resistors is just old and needs to be replaced.
Not a job for a novice. Take it to a professional.... someone who knows about 1200s.
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