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Pitch problem I have a pair of technics ones a mk2 and the other mk5, the other day i thought i have got a problem with one of the turntables something to do with the pitch as i would be mixing 2 vinyl that i had mixed before perfectly and this time 1 was goin faster than the other so i did a test as in i mixed 2 tunes and they were perfectly mixed (both decks pitch was on 0) and then i swapped the vinyles over so they were on the other deck 2 wat they was on and then i beat matched them and the mk5 turntable was going faster so i have got a problem with that turntable and i dont no how to resolve this problem. any help would be much appreciated

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You may have to recalibrate the motor. These guys are pros.

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