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Stanton c303 cd turntables

On the lcd display screen where the auto cue is displayed there looks to be 2 other options,can these be selected?

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The c303 has the same screen and inturnal curcit board as the 304 ans 314. the other two items you are seeing are for the other units. it was a way for stanton to save money by useing the same parts in other table top cd models.

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