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I have a Denon 300f that works fine but run a bit fast so the music sounds really off...anything I can do to slow it down?

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I was putting the belt around the wrong part...it needed to go on the bottom of the turntable itself then be attached to the belt drive.

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Brand new Denon DP 300F turns extremely slowly.


The turntable should be under warranty still so contact the makers and they should sort it out. Any tampering with it could void any warranty so don't let any unathoriesed person touch it.

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Denon DP 300F turns extremely slowly.


If like what you say the deck is brand new you should contact the service center. They will attend to the matter free of charge. Web address follows:
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Both the owner's and the service manuals for your turntable are available for download:
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Have a brand new Denon DP-300F turntable that worked fine for the first two recods. Now when I use it the records sound as if they are playing in slow motion. Could there be an issue with the belt eve


It could, but it could be caused by something stuck inside it, perhaps from the packing or some other bizarre thing connected with it being transported to your home.

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Running VERY slowly


The thing to do is to check the belt first, then look at things like is there a build up of grease dirt anywhere. Clean up the platter make certain no grease or dirt is the works causing it to slow down.
See also that the motor that drives the belt can turn freely and very easy by hand.

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In my DENON DP-300F tone arm don't come back after playing record. It just stays in the end of record? How can i fix it?


A lot of decks don't actually do that anyway. But if it previously did this then it's probably a mechanical problem. Removing the bottom of the turntable might show up the cause of the problem.

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I wouldn't really take it over 25 MPH in low, and 45MPH in high. 4 wheel drive is for in times of poor traction and shouldn't really be used all the time. It is a supplement. Mind that if your truck is a manual your shifting will be need quite often. Also, don't use on dry pavement, or while making tight turns, This will damage the locking front hubs. If you have any other questions, please ask.

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Playback is to fast


Oh wow dude,

it sounds like your bit rate and sample rate are out of whack. You should shoot an email to tech support cuz this is gonna need some more in-depth help than i can really get into here. But check your bit depth and sample rate first. They may be out of sync

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