Question about Numark TTX Turntable
Turntable stopped turning, it just slow down and stopped spinning. Is it the motor should I repair it depending on repair cost or just purchase a new one. Any repair help would be great Smash787
The early ttx1's are famous for it, the ic chip has gone, the chip costs around
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
Just so you know, there is no actual 'motor' driving the platter. It's a direct drive unit, so it's made up of various circuits driving the unit.
With that said, anyone of those circuits could have gone bad. The good thing, is that most of the circuits (resistors, IC's, capacitors, diodes, etc), are relatively cheap ($2-10), the bad thing is replacing them, and finding out which ones are faulty. You could usually tell which resistors are burnt or caps are blown, but it's harder to test the IC's without the proper equipment.
This is not a cheap turntable, unless you think $300 is cheap for a turntable. Repair wise, your probably looking at about $80-120 for parts and labor. It's a well build turntable, and I think worth investing in trying to get it repaired. Just make sure you get an estimate before any work is done.
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