Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hello, i have just bought some second hand denon dns3000 cd turntables but they dont seem to want to stay in time, there seems to slight pitch changes now and again pleavse could u reslove this problem
I'm having a similar problem with my denon dp-300f. It seems to *ever so slightly* increase or decrease in speed (and therefore pitch)...I might not even notice it very often if I wasn't listening to my favorites. I have not found a solution to this problem, but my hunch is related to the power source. Meaning: I think the voltage output by my apartment is slightly sagging (<120V, AC ~60Hz...which most appliances can deal with) and this affects the speed of the motor that drives the belt. I'm looking into isolating this factor. I'll let you know.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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