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Old 14th December 2002, 04:39 PM   #11
J Epstein is offline J Epstein  United States
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One of the advantages of some Lencos as I understand it is that their speed is variable so you can re-pitch 78's to proper pitch (most 78s don't play at proper pitch at exactly 78RPM.)


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