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Have a realistic lab 290 turntable & the turntable will not turn. Why?

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Pioneer pl a45d


Hi Javier,

How to change the belt? how to replace belt on pioneer pl x300 pioneer pl x50 turntable .



A place to find the belt. Pioneer PL A45 PL A45D Realistic LAB 1500 TURNTABLE BELT T245


Manual with schematics. Sign up and free. Pioneer PL A45 Manual 2 Speed Belt Drive Turntable Vinyl Engine

How to set it up after you put the belt on.
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Another look on how to change a belt on a turntable? How to Replace Turntable Belt on Belt Drive Turntable


It is straight forward. Patience. Fare. Well.


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The RCA plugs on your turntable audio out cables go to the "Phono" sockets at the rear of your amplifier.I have attached a photograph of the rear panel for reference.
I hope this helps.

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Linear tracking turntable realistic lab 2100 ...the arm doesnt move at all? Is there a way to fix it?


i recently bought one with the same issue. it has nothing to do with a turntable belt as the list of useless suggestions state below. you must remove the lid (when open, it should slide out by lifting directly upward), then you remove the rubber mat and metal plate. there you will see a plastic cover held on by 5 or 6 small screws...remove those and the cover. this cover exposes the opening that your tone arm will have to be above to remove the entire plastic shell that houses the entire inner workings. So, with the power ON...use the << button to move the tone arm over the opening (you may want to give a gentle push to the mechanism to guide it along). Once it's over the opening, you can begin to remove the entire cover. there are three screws on the top side of the unit (way down in three holes that were under the platter), then there are a number of screws on the bottom of the unit around the outter edge and one near the center. With those screws taken out, the cover should be able to be removed. Inside the unit, on the left (all the way to the back) is your small motor that spins a small black belt that turns the gears that pull the tiny steel cable attached to your tone arm assembly. On my turntable, this belt had sat so long that it had conformed into an oblong shape and wouldn't spin properly around the two wheels/pulleys. Make sure that you still have a belt there. If not, search the global interweb for one...$5-15 maybe?! I was able to remove my belt, cleaned it up a bit with soap and water (made it slightly pliable and tacky enough not to spin on the pulley/wheels), then put it back on AND........it works now. Hope this helps?!?!

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Hav nad 2100. I dont understand what the lab in post are for?


From what I have found online, Lab-In was a NAD feature that restored the frequencies that were rolled off when turntables were being used.

http://web.295.ca/~peak//audio.html

"NAD belleived at the time that practical PHONO stages and the preamp and power amplifier stages be rolled off at subsonic frequencies to prevent subsonic wow and flutter from Turntables and supersonic frequencies (EMI/RF/Radio) signals from getting into the system in the first place. Their notion was that if your ears cannot physically hear it, then why amplify it. For the PURIST, there were a set of LAB IN amplifier inputs with more extended response called "LAB IN" inputs"

Use them UNLESS you have a turntable source.

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Connecting NAD 2600a amp.


Never connect incompatible connections. Speaker outputs are for speaker inputs. Period.

The various inputs on this or most any amp are for Line Level signal with the exception of anything explicitly labeled "PHONO" as that would be for a non-preamplified turntable ONLY.

From what I have found online, Lab-In was a NAD feature that restored the frequencies that were rolled off when turntables were being used in the (assumed) preamplifier that fed this amp.

http://web.295.ca/~peak//audio.html

"NAD belleived at the time that practical PHONO stages and the preamp and power amplifier stages be rolled off at subsonic frequencies to prevent subsonic wow and flutter from Turntables and supersonic frequencies (EMI/RF/Radio) signals from getting into the system in the first place. Their notion was that if your ears cannot physically hear it, then why amplify it. For the PURIST, there were a set of LAB IN amplifier inputs with more extended response called "LAB IN" inputs"

Use the Lab In's UNLESS you have a turntable source.

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Realistic LAB-500 turntable at 33 1/3 jumps to 45 rpm


go to this site?
http://www.needledoctor.com/Online-Store/Turntable
possibly your capstan needs cleaning? remove the platter and locate the capstan which is usually made of brass? if it is dirty, ie; black use cotton balls and neat alcohol (spirits ) to clean it. also, consider changing the belt as it may have stretched?

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I have an Optimus LAB - 1100 automatic turntable i was wondering how you burn your LPs onto CD


stopped working - i took turntable apart - the wires controlling start, stop & cue are loose. i don't know where to reconnect them.

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