Numark ttx with variable torque, platter turns slowly, weak torqu
I have a numark ttx with variable torque, platter turns slowly, weak torque, if platter builds up speed a finger touch to platter can stop it. stop button sometimes doesnt instantly stop the platter. do you know what can be replaced and estimate cost? thanks
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If i may ask, do you need extra torque above the stock one, which can be done or don't you know how to adjust the torque on a standard table and which torque do you want to increase, the start torque, which is the nonsense eveybody talks about, but your standard drive torque is way lower and why do you want it higher. Not to scratch, there's the standard torque high enough for. Or you have a cheap plattermat with way to high resistance, but as high as a vestax you won't get it. The ttx is nice...... i would spend money get rid of the space on the tonearm and cheap capacitors replacement in the unit, cause they ain't made for a constant higher current.
some tables require the tonearm to be over the record area before the patter starts to spin. If thats not it, have you tried "jump starting" the platter with your finger? the direct drive "stepper" motor might be confused as to where it is at the moment. and finally remove power from the wall for a few minutes then retry.
This is a drive issue. Unfortunately the TTX direct drive system isn't the greatest. It's good, but it's no Technics 1200. The only way to 'fix' this issue is to have a professional look at main circuit board to see if there are any components which are burned, or damaged in any way.
have you checked the brake and start up settings they are the dials by the start and stop buttons it it is turned too far the platter will start up slow, you just trun to dial till you get the right start up speed you want