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Philips GA 312

Two Speed Belt Drive Turntable

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Philips GA 312

Description

The Philips GA312 is a sprung chassis, belt-driven turntable with electronic speed control.

Stylus force on the GA312 is set by means of the slide weight on the pick-up arm after this is balanced with the counterweight.

The player is equipped with an adjustable anti-skate which applies a pre-set force to the arm counteracting this phenomenon.

The motor speed is continuously controlled and kept constant by solid state circuits in combination with a tacho-generator which is directly coupled to the motor shaft.

The platter and the pick-up arm are mounted on a sub-chassis, which is damped, spring suspended from the rigidly mounted main chassis, absorbing mechanical shocks and external vibrations.

Specifications

Drive method: belt drive

Speed control: electronic

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm

Speed adjustment range: +-3%

Wow and flutter: 0.1%

Rumble: 62dB

Arm friction: 15 mgf

Stylus force: 0.75 to 4g

Downloads

instruction/owners manual (en)

service manual (en, de, fr, ita)

service manual (en) - gridleakrick

service supplement (en) - gridleakrick


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Philips Belt Drive Turntables

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