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how can i DIY reverse on Technics 1210 M3D PLEASE? Answered


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4thstateaudio
4thstateaudio

10 years ago

Well, you might want to get yourself one of these reversing modules :)

http://www.4thstateaudio.co.uk

Microproccessor controlled, can be installed in minutes - very simple to use.

Available from mid April 2010 - release just announced today

Check out the video from ellaskin on YouTube, for a pre-release demo :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4EpyUZItrQ






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anrikahn
anrikahn

10 years ago

Thanks ALL U guys, well, I know that there is/or was/ a product for this, which works with Start/Stop button, but it is not available anymore/anywhere... so I am trying to find another solution, i dont mind to drill a hole into it and some switch, and also I have no idea about wireing ...that is why I am asking U.. and of course I need my turntable playing in both dirrection, cause reverse mode will be used with some tricks and stuff..I will really appreciate if somebody will help me here with a good advice or link..THX ALL !

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

10 years ago

I've downloaded the manuals and looked. It MIGHT be possible, but the chip that does the work is a special Technics chip, and I can't find a datasheet. As I suspected, its a brushless motor. The only way in otherwise would be to cut up the circuit boards.

Steve

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RavingMadStudios
RavingMadStudios

10 years ago

Open it up and find the wires attached to the drive motor. Switch them. The motor will now run in reverse.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Answer 10 years ago

They don't use them new-fangled brushless jobs then ? 

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RavingMadStudios
RavingMadStudios

Answer 10 years ago

COme to think of it, they probably do. Never mind.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Answer 10 years ago

The direction is probably still switchable, it'll just take more thinking about.

Steve

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

10 years ago

.  If you reverse the platter rotation, make sure you are using a stylus designed to be used like that. We used to buy special ones at radio stations so the DJs wouldn't screw up the styli when cuing up records (back when radio station used records). Ones marked as being for DJs* should work.

*Not a recommendation, just the first page I found.