AT-LP60

Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System

MSRP* US$119.95
One-Year Limited End-User Warranty

*Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Actual selling price may vary; please check with an authorized Audio-Technica dealer.



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  • Overview

    Rediscover your classic 33-1/3 and 45 RPM records on this affordable, fully automatic belt-drive workhorse. With its built-in switchable phono preamp, the AT-LP60 may be connected directly to your computer, home stereo and to other components that have no dedicated turntable input. The turntable is supplied with an integral Audio-Technica Dual Magnet™ phono cartridge with replaceable stylus.
  • Features


    • Fully automatic operation with two speeds: 33-1/3 and 45 RPM

    • Professional aluminum platter

    • Included cables connect to your stereo or powered speakers

    • Integral Dual Magnet™ phono cartridge with replaceable stylus

    • Switchable built-in pre-amplifier with line-level RCA output cables

  • Specifications


    Type Belt drive turntable, fully automatic
    Motor DC servo-controlled
    Speeds 33-1/3 RPM, 45 RPM
    Turntable Platter Aluminum
    Wow and Flutter Less than 0.25% (WTD) @ 3 kHz (JIS)
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio >50 dB (DIN-B)
    Output Level Pre-amp “PHONO”: 2.5 mV nominal at 1 kHz, 5 cm/sec
    Pre-amp “LINE”: 150 mV nominal at 1 kHz, 5 cm/sec
    Phono Pre-Amp Gain 36 dB nominal, RIAA equalized
    Power Supply Requirements 120V AC, 60 Hz, 3W
    Dimensions 360.0 mm (14.17") W x 97.5 mm (3.84") H x 356.0 mm (14.02") D
    Weight 2.98 kg (6.6 lbs.)
    Accessories Included Dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug (male) stereo adapter cable; dual RCA (female) to 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug (female) stereo adapter cable; 45 RPM adapter



    Replacement Stylus: ATN3600L


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  • Downloads

    AT-LP60 Manual (pdf 3.08 M)
    AT-LP60 Literature Sheet (pdf 202.01 KB)
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    4.4

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    Fantastic player

    Simply put, I think you should give serious consideration to purchasing this player. For an in depth analysis, I have made a video review. If you would like more information, I have...Read complete review

    Simply put, I think you should give serious consideration to purchasing this player. For an in depth analysis, I have made a video review. If you would like more information, I have included the link to a youtube video.

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    Does not work in Australia

    I bought this on Amazon and expected a major international company would understand that someone buying the product in Australia would need an Australian plug. doesn't work with adapter or transformer. Waste of...Read complete review

    I bought this on Amazon and expected a major international company would understand that someone buying the product in Australia would need an Australian plug. doesn't work with adapter or transformer. Waste of money, couldn't return

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    4.0

    Listening to vinyl again

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    from United States

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        Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

        So happy to have a turntable again...listening to my vinyl....yeah! And a great price to boot! I am very pleased with this product and very happy that audio companies are still making turntables...keep up the good work Audio-Technica!!

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        • Less than a month
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        • Casual Listening
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        5.0

        Great Product!

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        from Adirondacks, New York

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            Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

            I have owned this unit for a few years with on and off use. I first had it connected to an all-in-one stereo in a box unit by using the provided preamp feature. It sounded satisfactory using that limited system. I now have it connected to a late 1960's RCA Victor tube amplified HiFi and it sounds really great. I still think it is limited only by the amplification of the HiFi which is a great compliment to the turntable.

            I listen to the same records on my family member's much more expensive NAD system and we both agree this Audio Technica sounds about as clear.

            I accidentally damaged the stylus but replacements are reasonably priced and easily available.

            The top scratches very easily but a turntable should be handled with care anyway, so this is not of much concern. I wish there was some type of vibration isolation built in, but for the price I really can't complain. I just don't stomp my feet when I walk past it.

            Overall this is a great unit and I recommend it to anyone looking to either get into the hobby for the first time, or get back into it after a hiatus. Stop shopping around and get this, you won't be disappointed.

            • How long have you used this product?:
            • Over a year
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            • Casual Listening
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            5.0

            Quality & Reliability Without Breaking The Bank

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            from Long Island, New York, USA

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                Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

                Haven't had a turntable in many years, but wanted to get one so I could rekindle my love of vinyl. I did a lot of research online and this turntable kept popping up and always with good reviews. Being that I own other Audio-technica products that I have been very happy with, this became a no brainer.

                Well, once again they did not disappoint. The turntable is above and beyond what I was hoping to get out of a turntable at this price. It's ease of use and solid performance is fantastic. Like another reviewer stated, it would have been nice to have a tone arm lock, but that's definitely not a deal breaker.

                I hooked this turntable up to a pair of Audioengine A2+ powered speakers and it sounds great!

                So if your looking for an inexpensive, yet a great sounding, reliable turntable, look no further. I am very happy with this product!

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                • Up to a year
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                4.0

                AT-LP60 above average for entry level turntable

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                from Allen, TX, USA

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                    Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

                    the AT-LP60 is a very good entry level turntable and very well thought out with ease of use. if taken care of properly it should serve you well for many years.

                    • How long have you used this product?:
                    • Up to a year
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                    • Casual Listening
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                    5.0

                    You get more than what you paid for

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                    from Englewood, CO, USA

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                    Pros

                    • Casual Listening
                    • High quality sound
                    • metal stylus (unlike others of the same price)
                    • precise rotation

                    Cons

                    • Cheap belt
                    • easily scratchable dust cover

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                      Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

                      The Audio Technica AT-LP60 plays records with a precision and care that no other turntable at this price has to offer. The sound quality is stellar for home listening. The stylus that comes with the turntable picks up a great range of frequencies. This is a purchase that I am more than satisfied with. My only complaint is that the belt does not seem durable. Surprisingly though, this cheap belt rotates the platter with precision. I compliment the precision because the precision on a Jensen wooden turntable that I purchased was sub-par and it had a similar belt. This turntable was definitely an incredible upgrade.

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                      • Less than a month
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                      • Casual Listening
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                      • Intermediate
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                      1.0

                      Does not work in Australia

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                      from Sydney NSW, Australia

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                            Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

                            I bought this on Amazon and expected a major international company would understand that someone buying the product in Australia would need an Australian plug. doesn't work with adapter or transformer. Waste of money, couldn't return

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                            • Less than a month
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                            5.0

                            An excellent value, comparable to more costly units.

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                            from New Jersey, USA

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                            • Excellent value.

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                                Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

                                Although the dust cover is a trifle thin, it is easily removeable. I think the rest of the AT-LP60 turntable is super! I did some web and in-person research before selecting the Audio-Technica and was impressed that the configuration of the controls and functions are the same as some units costing $40-$60 more. I was not sure what to expect at this price point.

                                I have conected this turntable to an older Sony stereo receiver. Set up was quite easy, instructions concise, and I was immediatley impressed with the quality of the sould output. Overall, I would say that this is an excellent value and I am very pleased with my purchase.

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                                • Less than a month
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                                • Casual Listening
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                                • Intermediate
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                                5.0

                                Fantastic player

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                                    Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

                                    Simply put, I think you should give serious consideration to purchasing this player. For an in depth analysis, I have made a video review. If you would like more information, I have included the link to a youtube video.

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                                    • Less than a month
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                                    • Audiophile
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                                    4.0

                                    Solid basic performer.

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                                    Cons

                                    • no tonearm lock.

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                                      Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

                                      For a second or third turntable, or a primary unit for the non-audiophile, this is probably the best choice out there for the money. Being fully automatic, you don't have to worry about getting to personal with the discs (which can lead to damage in the wrong hands.) The sound quality is much better than one might expect from a budget unit. It has a decent built-in preamp so you can connect it to any type of amplification. This is also convenient for those wishing to use this table to record their records onto digital formats. The small, lightweight nature of the unit also lends itself to that use, as you can easily sit in on the desk next to your computer and spend some happy time recording your discs.
                                      There is one major flaw with the design that I must complain about however, and that is the lack of a tonearm lock. Shame on Audio Technica for this. They couldn't include a ten cent piece of plastic to lock the tonearm down when not in use? It was really chintzy of them to do that...and the included twist tie that kept the tonearm in place during shipping. Yeah...tacky.

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                                      • Less than a month
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                                      5.0

                                      Proves analog is at least as good as digital

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                                      from NC

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                                      • Casual Listening
                                      • no need to replace my vinyls with cds
                                      • price

                                      Cons

                                      • audio needs eq adjustment to hear the full quality

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                                        Comments about Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System:

                                        I never thought I'd say it but many of my vinyls sound better than my CDs of the same albums.

                                        I bought this for my wife for Christmas 2011 since she is business manager for a number of indie bands and they send her copies of their albums on vinyl. To test it and come up with a simple workflow to get them onto her laptop/iPod, I tried it with my old LPs that had sat for nearly 20 years! Here's how:

                                        I connected the line output to a Presonus FireStudio audio interface and recorded the audio with Presonus Studio 1 Pro. Listening through my near-field monitors, keyboard amps and a variety of headphones, I was a tad disappointed when comparing against the CD recording of the same material. In particular, it sounded a bit nasally. BUT - the audio software lets me adjust the EQ. All it needed was a reduction in the mid range (1 to 2kHz) and a slight boost in the high range. The result? Remarkable. The results sound much better than the CD. The bass is much warmer and really drives the rhythm of the classic rock material. The 4 rating for audio quality is just because the out-of-box sound does this product something of a disservice.

                                        Of course, the downside of LPs is the pops and clicks. I tried #then bought) a program called ClickRepair that is astonishing. Once "declicked", I convert tracks to high quality MP3s, add cover art and that's it.

                                        Best thing - I don't have to buy CDs of my old LPs. Given the terrible "fad" of digitally remastering CDs, it's great news. For LPs I no longer have but recorded to cassette, I will buy used LPs to get the artwork and sound quality.

                                        Love it.

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                                        • Up to a year
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                                        • Q:

                                          Needle won't drop

                                          I have had this for 17 months and for some reason out of the blue, when you hit start the needle is lifted and moved over the record but doesn't drop. When it stops, the needle is returned to its home but doesn't drop all the way down. The little piece that lifts the arm is higher than it should be, not sure how that happened or haw to fix it. Any words of advice?
                                          Asked on 5/2/2015 by bmoremurph from bmore

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                                          • A:

                                            Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at audio-solutions@atus.com for assistance with this.

                                            Answered on 5/4/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec3
                                        • Q:

                                          sonos bar & amplifier

                                          I have connected the turntable to my amplifier and the sound comes out of my other speakers, but not my sonos sound bar. Do I need some other type of cable to connect all three?
                                          Asked on 3/29/2015 by wbear

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                                          • A:

                                            Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at audio-solutions@atus.com for assistance with this.

                                            Answered on 4/7/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec3
                                        • Q:

                                          What kind of speakers can I use on this?

                                          I've heard this is a good basic turntable that's affordable, and I need to replace a turntable which had built in speakers. I have both old school wire speakers and a soundbar & subwoofer which can connect through optical wire or a blutooth device with connects through AV input. Can I use either of these?
                                          Asked on 3/27/2015 by nickmalbeuf from Canada

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                                            Thank you for your inquiry. The key is that the speaker most be powered. If the sound bar has an auxiliary input you should be able to use it.

                                            Answered on 3/31/2015 by AudioSolutionsManager from Stow, OH
                                        • Q:

                                          Regarding the AT-LP60 belt replacement

                                          I want to replace the belt for my AT-LP60 (as the speed is a bit slow) but I'm not sure which one to buy and where to get it?
                                          Asked on 3/21/2015 by epalma88 from New York, NY, USA

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                                          • A:

                                            You may purchase a replacement belt through our Parts Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5002 or at Parts@atus.com.

                                            Answered on 3/23/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec3
                                        • Q:

                                          Hooking to an old NAD 1020 phone stage, need help on a few stats

                                          So the NAD 1020 phono stage has a switch labeled "phono input capacitance selector" with three options: 100p, 220p, 300p.

                                          In the manual, you determine the choice by "first learning the total capacitance recommended by the manufacturer for the cartridge" and then "subtracting the capacitance of the turntable's tonearm wiring and its signal cables, as well as any capacitors installed in the headshell". Finally, after that math, you simply pick the closest setting.

                                          The manual does list Audio-Technica's cartridges with a capacitance of 270 pF, but that's in like 1985. And I'm supposed to assume 150 pF for the tonearm wiring, etc, if I don't know what it is. So the math equation is 270-150=140, which means I should choose 100p.

                                          So, can you provide some capacitance stats for me to do this calculation? Or should I just stick to the examples in the manual from 1985?
                                          Asked on 3/11/2015 by Kurt from Fort Wayne, Indiana

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                                            The recommended input capacitance for our Moving Magnet cartridges is 100 to 200 pF, so go with the 100p setting.

                                            Answered on 3/31/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec1 from Stow,OH
                                        • Q:

                                          Audible hum when connecting to "phono" input of vintage receiver

                                          Hello,

                                          I know that the AT-LP60 turntable is supposed to be internally grounded and does not require a grounding wire.

                                          But I am using a vintage receiver with a ground terminal. And when I connect the turntable to the "phono" input of the receiver, and switch the turntable output to "phono," there is an audible hum coming through the speakers.

                                          How can I eliminate this hum? I have verified that the turntable is not too close to the speakers. The hum does not change if I touch the tone arm. Obviously the receiver does require grounding when using the turntable. Can I connect a wire from the metal parts on the turntable to the ground terminal on the receiver?
                                          Asked on 2/23/2015 by TacomanJ from West Coast

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                                          • A:

                                            Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at audio-solutions@atus.com for assistance with this.

                                            Answered on 2/26/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec3
                                        • Q:

                                          Trying to play the system through speakers, but I don't know if I have everything or not.

                                          Bought Micca MB42 bookshelf speakers and a Lepai Audio Amplifier w/ Power Supply...I think I need more cables? The speakers have black and red jacks? The speakers don't plug into the wall, only the Lepai amp does. Help! I just want to play music! :(
                                          Asked on 2/13/2015 by AllyKlein from Los Angeles, CA, USA

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                                            Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at audio-solutions@atus.com for assistance with this.

                                            Answered on 2/18/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec3
                                        • Q:

                                          Player isn't spinning on it's own...start button kind of works but the arm doesn't move all the way over and it doesn't lower???

                                          Just bought the LP60 and it was working last week. I moved it to a new room and set it up again, but now it's not spinning and the start button isn't doing anything. The belt is on right...everything looks normal. Help!
                                          Asked on 2/12/2015 by AllyKlein from Los Angeles, CA, USA

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                                          • A:

                                            Check the drive belt to make certain it is around the gold colored motor pulley located at the upper left corner of the turntable (at about the 10 o'clock position).
                                            To do this, first unplug the power cord from the AC power outlet then remove the black felt record mat from the turntable. Next, rotate the platter by hand until one of the large rectangular shaped openings is up at the 10 o'clock position. Look down through the opening and locate the gold colored motor pulley. Is the belt around it and is the belt taught?
                                            If it is not, remove the record platter from the turntable, turn it over and reinstall the drive belt. The belt goes around a rim that goes around the underside of the platter. The rim is located about 1-1/2 inches in from the outer edge of the platter. Make certain the belt lies flat all the way around the rim. A twist in the belt may cause it to come off when running.
                                            Turn the platter right side up and place it back on the turntable. Again rotate the platter by hand until one of the large rectangular shaped openings is at the 10 o'clock position. Look into the opening and locate the drive belt at the inside edge of the opening. Grasp the belt and stretch it over and around the motor pulley. Make certain the belt is seated in the tapered section of the pulley, not sticking up above the top flat part of the pulley.
                                            To reset the turntables automatic cycle to the STOP position, press and release the STOP button. Then while holding the tonearm down in the tonearm rest with one hand, rotate the record platter by hand with the other hand at least 10 full revolutions CLOCKWISE.
                                            Plug the power cord into the AC power outlet and place a record on the platter. Press the START button to test the turntable for proper operation.
                                            If the turntable still does not function properly, either return it to the reseller that it was purchased from for an exchange, or return it to us for repair/replacement. Following is a link to our Return Instructions should you need to return it to us.
                                            http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/site/9de91ac2563eaf16/index.html

                                            Answered on 2/12/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec1 from Stow,OH
                                        • Q:

                                          What else do I need to buy with this record player? Realized it needs other pieces of equipment...

                                          If I buy Micca bookshelf speakers and a preamplifier, am I good to go?
                                          Asked on 2/9/2015 by AllyKlein from Los Angeles, CA, USA

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                                          • A:

                                            If the speakers are PASSIVE (that is, they do not contain buit-in power amplifiers) you will need a POWER AMPLIFIER to make the speakers play loud enough to be heard. Power amplifiers are contained in stereo or multi-channel integrated audio/video amplifiers and receivers. Note that an integrated amplifier consists of a power amplifier and a preamplifier in the same housing. Power amplifiers and preamplifiers are also available in separate housings so they may be mixed and matched for the desired degree of performance or functionality. A receiver consists of a power amplifier, preamplifier and radio tuner in the same housing. Note that a preamplifier handles the routing of signals but only provides a very small amount of amplification. The power amplifier is what amplifies a signal to a usable level and provides the listener with a wide range of control over the volume of the signal.

                                            If you have none of the equipment mentioned above, the simplest and least expensive way to get your turntable going is to purchase a good quality pair of POWERED speakers. Powered speakers contain buit-in amplifiers.

                                            Answered on 2/10/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec1 from Stow,OH
                                        • Q:

                                          Records are playing slightly faster making them sound to high and fast, any way to fix?

                                          I have already tried adjusting the belt as others have suggested in the forum and it seems to have no effect, is there any other way to slow the turntable down?
                                          Asked on 1/26/2015 by trumpetguy from Mobile, AL, USA

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                                          • A:

                                            Make certain the drive belt is riding in the tapered section of the gold colored motor pulley, not sticking up above the top flat part of the pulley. Note that the belt goes around the motor pulley and the aluminum record platter only. It does NOT go around the white post on the right side of the turntable (located at about the 2 o'clock position).
                                            If the belt is not the problem, the turntable will need to be returned for repair/replacement. Exchange it for another one through the reseller it was purchased from if possible. If an exchange is not possible, return it to us for repair/replacement. Following is a link to our repair return instructions.
                                            http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/site/9de91ac2563eaf16/index.html

                                            Answered on 1/30/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec1 from Stow,OH
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