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CD BACKSPIN the unit backspins ok on vinly mode but when you put it on cd mode nothing happens

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I agree with solution 1...as it says on the button cd mode...so its not possible to do spinbacks in cd mode only in vinyl mode (emulating an actual record being played/spun back/scratched)

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CD Mode does not react in the same manner as as Vinyl mode when you try to back spin. At the very least, you will only be able to go back a few bars. It's mainly used to set the Cue properly.

If you want it to back spin, you'll have to use the Vinyl mode.

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