Disregard my post above about the light source. I am now using "Strobily" with the help of my wife's smart phone. Initial tests indicate it should work for me.
But, about these adjustment screws. So, you're saying there is something blocking the actual screw heads but it can be penetrated by a screwdriver? Is that the two black areas I am seeing in the attached photo?
It might help to know what type of screw head it is before I start fishing. Philips or flat? Is there an actual bit size you can provide also? I have a small Husky brand driver with four bits.
SBosze wrote:You'll need a small, fine flat head screwdriver to accomplish this. There are two holes labeled on the bottom of the Denon plastic plinth by the front left foot, one for 33 1/3 the other for 45. There are also two rubber bushings on the outside of motor body. You'll need to insert the screwdriver into the relevant bushing and fish for the adjustment screw. Once found, very minor adjustments will need to be made to adjust for the correct speed. If you elevate the turntable it will be easier to accomplish this task. Adjust for 33 first, then 45. Then check your 33 speed again.
This turntable can actually sound good with the proper adjustments. Use a scale to adjust for stylus pressure, check the length of the stylus in the cartridge (45mm from bushing to stylus) and by all means, upgrade the cartridge. I started with a Sumiko Pearl but found something missing with this cartridge. This TT sounds great with a Denon DL110 HOMC. I'm actually using a vintage ADC PSX-40 now and I'm very happy with the results. I use this in tandem with my Denon DP-62L, and although not as quiet or refined, is an acceptable "little brother".