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Sony PS-LX250H Fully-Automatic Turntable
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The belt-driven Sony PS-LX250H Fully Automatic Turntable with static balance tone arm is a great addition to your stereo system. Controls are mounted...Read More
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The belt-driven Sony PS-LX250H Fully Automatic Turntable with static balance tone arm is a great addition to your stereo system. Controls are mounted on the front for ease of access, and the built-in preamp means it can be used with any sound system with an aux-in jack. This is especially handy for connecting the turntable to audio gear lacking a phono input. The Sony PS-LX250H comes complete with dust cover, cartridge, and diamond stylus.
- Fully automatic operation
- 33-1/3 and 45rpm speeds
- Belt drive system
- Supplied moving magnet phono cartridge
- Built-in phono preamp, when your amp doesn't have a designated PHONO input
- Static balance tonearm
- Convenient, front-mounted controls
- Bonded diamond stylus
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Just like two of the other reviews I've read, mine does the same thing where it will speed up and slow down and buy pushing the 33/45 button a bunch of times gets it to *sometimes* return back to the right pitch. But for the longest time it was running too slow. I had taken it apart to see what could be done, and everything to do with that switch is electronic, so I can't tweak anything. I have adjusted the 33 pot under the player which basically adjusts the motor speed, but even when I get it perfect it returns back to playing faster again. Just a real crappy design, and not the best solution for your valuable records. I've had it for 8 years now so I can't say I didn't get my money's worth but still....
I like to listen to my Dad's old records(The Who, Led Zeppelin, Grand Funk Railroad, etc.).But I wanted a way to listen to these albums through my stereo. The stereo's AUX jack is unpowered, so I needed a cheap turntable with a preamp. This turntable works great! For the price, you can't beat this. Yeah,it's plastic and fairly cheaply made, but it works fine. I've even hit it while spinning my guitar, and nothing broke. If you're low on dough, get this.
Plays at different speeds and pitches. Do yourself a favor and believe what you read. This thing is a waste of money. Why are they still carrying this thing with all the known defects?
The turntable worked great, until the belt came off. I ordered a new one, tried my best to install it according to the manual, and it's still not working. I guess I did get my $100 out of it, but it is time to treat my old vinyl to a better machine.
So far I am very satisfied with my turntable. I've listenen to most of my old records like zeppelin, the who, and black sabbath. So far it's working great.
Not to happy with after 2 defective in a row.
Speeds up and slows down... pitch wavers quarter to half tone either way. I'll return this one for a replacement and see what the next one does. It was a "scratch and dent" item, but that shouldn't have meant anything in terms of the thing spinning true. Belt seemed OK... I just think the motor is bad.