Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First of all you would need to know 2 things. One the voltage supply needed to run the turntable. Two the voltage outputed by the non Sony system. If these don't match you could have a problem. For example if the Sony Turntable runs of say a 6 volt supply and the system puts out say 12 volts. You will damage the turntable. Chances are unless the non Sony system was actual made by Sony under a different name then the two supplys will not match. If you can connect up the two the Turntable will either run slow or fast. If the output supply is only 6 volts and the turntable motor works on 9 volts or higher you will never get it to run at the correct speed.
If you work out the two work off a similar voltage, you need only connect the plus wires together and the negative wires together and the motor should turn. Most turntables have speed presets, for each speed. You will need to find them and adjust them to get the speed right on each speed.
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
If your turntable was originally connected with a flat black ribbon cable between the individual units, you will indeed have a few issues. Of course it best to use it with the correct unit, but that cable coming from the turntable, will need to be modified, once you know the pin out of the cable. Once you know that, you can fashion a new modified cable to make the connection to your new amp/receiver, etc.If you require more assistance, or would like to inquire about a repair, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turntables Usually Work Out Fine With A 12v Dc Power Supply.
But You Have To Check What Is Ground And What Is The Positive Supply. check For Ground With A Multimeter To The Platter For The Negative. Other Things To Look For Is It A Ribbon Connector
Or A Dc Power Jack From The Turntable,and The Signal Leads. hope this helps
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
any stylus should work i think radio shack sells them for pretty cheap and I know for sure that best buy sells them for cheap thats where I got mine. Best though from what I can remember is diamond tip but very coastly.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: how do i replace belt on lx250h?
Not sure about yours, but some of these one lifts the rubber pad to get access to the belt through holes in the platter when you are re-installing to get the belt back on the hub it runs on. One usually has to lift the platter off to get the belt around the center hub and the motor pulley first..
You can probably find the belts online with a Google search.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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