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    Quote Originally Posted by electroshock View Post
    I believe its the other way around: Max - at 4 and max + at 2? Edit: probably not. I see, clockwise is the minus direction. Can it be done clockwise to be the plus direction?

    You have to go counterclockwise for accelerate and clockwise to deccelerate. the same way as the linear pitch.


    Can a zero reset button be added above the knob?
    AT the moment, now, i did it simple and didnt want to tuch at the decl aluminium cabinet. Bua maybe will study it later.

    Do you sell this as a kit?
    It's the first ones, at the moment i have to give it a duration test , but yes, i will be possible as soon as possible.

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    Where can I get the rubber slip mat for Technics 1200 mk2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volumetrix1200 View Post
    Where can I get the rubber slip mat for Technics 1200 mk2?
    https://www.green-vinyl.com/en/rubbe...5-m5g-gae.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by elohyspoissonpilote View Post
    Thanks for the reply. A lot of people are saying they don't fit the mk2's properly. May just end up getting it. Cant find the oem. Thanks again

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    Why do you want them? Everyone I’ve ever known with Technics - in fact - any turntable, bins them anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Why do you want them? Everyone I’ve ever known with Technics - in fact - any turntable, bins them anyway?
    I want to record some of my old vinyl and I read a couple of places saying its better to record with the rubber slip mats. I guess its supposed to damped any sound coming from the tt. Just want to make any recording as clean as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Why do you want them? Everyone I’ve ever known with Technics - in fact - any turntable, bins them anyway?
    The rubber mats are for sound dampening. You use them when listening to records to eliminate motor noise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volumetrix1200 View Post
    Thanks for the reply. A lot of people are saying they don't fit the mk2's properly. May just end up getting it. Cant find the oem. Thanks again
    Google Technics rubber mat 6 mm for the mk2.

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