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It doesn't turn consistantly so when you are listening to a record it speeds up then slows dows in a pattern

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If it is belt driven it might be either a motor problem or you might have a stiff spot in your belt.

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Slow turntable


I'm not certain if you know this already, but the light that shines on the left side causes a strobe effect on the platter. One of series of 4 patterns will seem not to move when the turntable is at the right speed. To adjust this you need a record playing and then move the slider on the right till the pattern doesn't move. Which one not moving will depend on the speed selected and also the mains supply either 50 or 60HZ.
You will get some variation in the movement, but you shouldn't notice the difference in the speed. If this is set up right and you still think it's slow, then you might have to look either right under the turntable or inside it. There might be on the underside one or two holes that might be covered up. They might even be labelled 45 and 33. If you find them you will need a small screwdriver and place it inside. This will turn a small speed pre-set. You will have to adjust this till you think it's right, with slight movements, testing with a record.
If they are not present on the underside you will have to take off the bottom and look inside for a pre-set. Normally it will look like a 3 leg device with a screwdriver slot in the middle of it. Sometimes marked on the board "VR" with a number. Alternatively it will be on the other end of the motor. If you have trouble locating it follow the motor leads to the main board.
Some turntables have two speed pre-sets others only one.

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Teac A 6010 reel to reel while recording my voice it echos my voice


You may be listening off tape and there is a lag of time between the record head and the play head which is what you may be concerned with. This is normal for any three head deck be it cassette or open reel.
Slowing the speed will lengthen the time of the delay and speeding it up will shorten it.

Oct 31, 2012 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I have a 2008 hyundai elantra...when listening to the radio or cd it sounds like someone is messing with the volume, turning it up and down.


If the issue you are describing follows this pattern (when slowing down, the radio turns down in volume, and when speeding up it turns up in volume), then your vehicle is equiped with an automatic volume control. This function was to allow the operator not to have to touch the volume control while driving. The volume increases to compensate for road noise. You should have a function control button that will allow you to turn this function off. Hope this helps.

Aug 20, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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My records that are 33 and 1/3 don't play at that speed on my turntable. they sound more like a 30 speed, what do I do


Hello Rosie,

Some turntables have a pitch adjustment feature which allows you to speed up or slow down your records. The adjustment controller is usually a slider or a wheel somewhere on the turntable and is usually labelled "Pitch" "Adjust / Adj" or "Pitch Adj".

Please check for this feature on your turntable then get back to me if you are unable to find it. Please include the brand and model number of your turntable.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
BElectric

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My Teac sl-a100 record player sounds like a chipmunk


hi,
somewhere on that player is a switch for 78-45-33 rpm the speed switch look up around by the tone arm above by where the record goes, it may not be on the front. switch it to the correct record you have 45's are small. 78's are medium and 33rpms are the big records..
jm

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I bought a Belkin 'Play' router to provide wireless internet connectivity from my CLEAR modem. I can't get the router to speedtest at half the speed as being directly connected (via ethernet cable) to the...


Use an Ethernet cable from the CLEAR modem into the WAN (or 'Internet') port on the Belkin.
Take a close look at the 8 coloured wires at each end of the Ethernet cable.
The 8 wires must be coloured in the _same_ order at both ends.

Be sure that you have a 'CAT-5' or 'CAT-5E' cable, not a 'CAT-3' cable, which is much slower, over long distances.

Use another Ethernet cable from one of the (three? four?) 'LAN' ports on the Belkin to the network-port on your computer. Again, check that you have a "straight-through" cable, not a "cross-over" cable.

Turn the CLEAR modem off.
Turn the Belkin off.
Turn your computer off.

Turn the CLEAR modem on, and wait until its lamps settle-down to a consistent pattern.

Turn the Belkin on, and wait until its lamps settle-down to a consistent pattern.

Turn your computer on, and let it boot.

You now should have Internet access.

Note that the router "dynamically" shares the Internet connection.
If there are 4 'LAN' ports, then each of the LAN ports gets as much speed as it needs;
you do not have a 25/25/25/25 split, unlike cutting-up an apple-pie to feed 4 people.

Run a "speed-test" on your computer, and you should be getting as much speed as you are paying for. Having the Belkin in the "middle" of your network should *NOT* slow-down the speed-test at all.

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2001 Chrysler Concorde lxi randomly stalling while slowly dow to stop or turn. Will usually crank back. This car will sit and idle for ever but when you drive it for 10-15 minutes and slow down to stop or...


Check the fuel filter on car for a restriction. Check the air filter for a restriction(dirty). also check the IAC valve (idle/air/control) located on the side of the throttle body. To check the iac valve, start the engine and disconnect the electrical plug from the iac. Listen for a change in the idle of the engine. then reconnect the plug to the iac valve and turn on the a/c and listen for the engine idle speed to change. If not then replace the iac valve. Hope this will help you.

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Recording Speed


the tascam 414 is a 4 track recording studio which uses standard cassette tapes- meaning they only play in one direction, because the tape is full. The 414 records at double speed so that recording fidelity is increased. When you have made a recording you want to mix you then dub your recording though the outputs into another standard tape recorder or whatever you have available, be it a cd recorder or your PC. So, when you listened to your recording on a standard tape player, you were not only hearing it at half speed but you were only listening to 2 of the 4 tracks. The other tracks would only be heard if you flipped the tape over, and they would be heard running backward. I would have though the 414 had a swich to allow it to also record at standard speed to but I guest it does not.

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If your check engine is not on, check for a vacuum leak by listening for hissing; check your pcv valve (replace it for 3 dollars if you don"t know how to check); check egr valve for clogging and proper function.

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