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Why does a TT's power supply make a difference?
Why does a TT's power supply make a difference?
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Old 27th October 2006, 06:12 PM   #1
jugi63 is offline jugi63  Finland
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Question Why does a TT's power supply make a difference?

Wondering.. I just tried a couple of different transformers for my TT. I don't understand how a power supply can make a difference - especially when the platter weighs 10 pounds and is connected to the motor via a extremely thin line. But it does(!)

Anyone understand the logic/science behide this?

BTW. the cheaper non Switch Mode version was better. Is this a question of better suitable technics for a TT or just random differeces?

Thanks!
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