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(ENGLISH) QUICK START GUIDE 1. Make sure all items listed on the front of this guide are included in the box. 2. READ SAFETY INSTRUCTION BOOKLET BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT 3. Go to for product registration. GENERAL CONTROLS 1. Power Cable: This power cable should be plugged into a wall receptacle AFTER all audio connections are made. 2. RCA Audio Output Cables: These cables are used to connect the turntable to a DJ mixer or amplifier that has a built in PHONO PREAMP. This RCA type input is a feature that is commonly found on most DJ mixers and will be labeled PHONO or TURNTABLE. If the RCA Audio Output Cables are not connected to a mixer or amplifier with a PHONO PREAMP, then the audio output will be very quiet. 3. Ground Wire: This ground wire must be connected to a metal bolt or ground lug that is on the mixer or amplifier that the turntable is connected to. If the ground wire is not securely fastened to a metal bolt or ground lug, then the audio output will exhibit a -śbuzzing-ť sound. 4. Power Button: This ring around the power button illuminates red when the turntable is switched on. 5. Platter: This aluminum platter must be securely fastened to the turntable prior to operation. The Motor Drive Belt can be found on the drive ring underneath the platter. See SETUP INSTRUCTIONS for detailed information on installing the Motor Drive Belt. 6. Start/Stop Buttons: These buttons start and stop the turntable motor. Both buttons have the same function. If they seem to not be functioning, check to make sure that the Motor Drive Belt is properly installed in the SETUP INSTRUCTIONS. 7. Target Lamp Power Jack: This RCA Jack supplies power to the an accessory Target Lamp (NOT INCLUDED.) Note: IT HAS NO AUDIO FUNCTION-DO NOT CONNECT AUDIO CORDS TO THIS POWER JACK The Target Lamp shines light across the vinyl record grooves to help identify track marks in low light situations. 8. 33 and 45 RPM Buttons: These buttons control the RPM of the turntable platter. A red LED indicates which RPM mode has been selected. NOTE: If the turntable is powered down while in the 45 RPM setting, it will return to 33 RPM when it is powered up. 9. Pitch LED: This LED illuminates green when the pitch slider is set at 0%. When the pitch slider is moved away from zero, the LED illuminates red. 10. Pitch Slider: This slide control allows the pitch to be increased or decreased by 10%. In the center position the pitch is at 0%. When moved away from the center and towards the tone arm decreases the pitch (slows down the platter) and moving the pitch slider away from the tone arm increase the pitch (speeds up the platter.) TONE ARM: Items 11 -“ 15 are all parts of the Tonearm. Refer to the TONEARM SETUP section for additional details on these controls. Your model will be equipped with straight arm or S-arm style depending upon model purchased. 11. Counter Weight and Scale Ring: The Counterweight is used to balance the head shell and cartridge assembly so that the proper amount of stylus pressure is applied to the record. 12. Anti-Skate Adjustment: This knob is used to compensate for inward tracking forces. See TONEARM SETUP for more details. 13. Arm Clip: This specially designed arm clip secures the tone arm while at rest or when not in use. The arm clip has been designed to remain in the up position while unlocked. NOTE: When transporting the turntable, it is always recommended that the headshell be removed and the arm clip secured to prevent tonearm or turntable damage. 14. Tone Arm Lock Nut: This Aluminum nut is used to secure the head shell and cartridge assembly to the tone arm tube. See Cartridge Setup for more details.