User Manual


Users Manual

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       3 Speed

Model: TT-968/100006556


                    Ver.00 08/12/19

Information & Safety Instructions
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property of their respective owners. Specifications are
                                                                 NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found
subject to change without notice.
                                                                 to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
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Important Safety Instructions                                    designed to provide reasonable protection against
    •   Read these Instructions.                                 harmful interference in a residential installation. This
    •   Keep these Instructions.                                 equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
    •   Heed all Warnings.                                       frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
    •   Follow all instructions.                                 accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
    •   Do not use this apparatus near water.                    interference to radio communications. However, there
    •   Clean only with a dry cloth.                             is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
    •   Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in        particular installation. If this equipment does cause
        accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.         harmful interference to radio or television reception,
    •   Do not install near any heat sources such as             which can be determined by turning the equipment
        radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus    off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
        (including amplifiers) that produce heat.                interference by one or more of the following measures:
    •   Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized         • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
        or grounding - type plug. A polarized plug has two        • Increase the separation between the equipment
        blades with one wider than the other. A grounding           and receiver.
        type plug has two blades and a third grounding            • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
        prong. The wide blade or the third prong are                circuit different from that to which the receiver is
        provided for your safety. When the provided plug            connected.
        does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician     • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
        for replacement of the obsolete outlet.                     technician for help.
    •   Protect the power cord from being walked on
        or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
        receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
    •   Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
    •   Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
        when unused for long periods of time.
    •   Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
        Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
        damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
        plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
        have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
        been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
        normally, or has been dropped.
    •   Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
        specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
        the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
        caution when moving the cart/apparatus
        combination to avoid injury from tip-over.


Additional Warnings and Precautions                             CAUTION
                                                             RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
                                                                   DO NOT OPEN
                                                                                       Warning: To reduce the risk of electric
                                                                                       shock, do not remove cover (or back).
                                                             RISQUE D' ÉLECTROCUTION
                                                                  NE PAS OUVRIR
                                                                                       No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer
     WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.                                    servicing to qualified service personnel.
 •   Mains plug is used as disconnect device and it
     should remain readily operable during intended                                    The exclamation point within an
     use. In order to disconnect the apparatus from                                    equilateral triangle is intended to
     the mains completely, the mains plug should                                       alert the user to the presence of
     be disconnected from the mains socket outlet                                      important operating and maintenance
     completely.                                                                       (servicing) instructions in the literature
 •   CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or                                        accompanying the appliance.
     performance of procedures other than those
     specified may result in hazardous radiation                                       The lightning flash with arrowhead
     exposure.                                                                         symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
 •   WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit                                    intended to alert the user to the presence
     not expressly approved by the party responsible                                   of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
     for compliance could void the user’s authority to                                 the product’s enclosure that may be of
     operate the equipment.                                                            sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
 •   WARNING: Use of this unit near fluorescent lighting                               electric shock to persons.
     may cause interference regarding use of the
     remote. If the unit is displaying erratic behavior                                This symbol indicates that this product
     move away from any fluorescent lighting, as it may                                incorporates double insulation between
     be the cause.                                                                     hazardous mains voltage and user
 •   WARNING: Shock hazard - Do Not Open.                                              accessible parts.
 •   Caution and marking information is located at the
     rear or bottom of the apparatus.
 •   WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric                                   WARNING : This product can expose
     shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain,                                      you to chemicals including lead, which
     moisture, dripping, or splashing.                                                 is known to the State of California to
 •   Objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall not                             cause cancer and birth defects or other
     be placed on the apparatus.                                                       reproductive harm. For more information
                                                                                       go to This
                                                                                       product meets and complies with all Federal

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                                                                                       avec ce produit d’être exposé à
                                                                                       des produits chimiques, incluant le
                                                                                       plomb, qui est connu dans l’État de
                                                                                       Californie pour causer des cancers et
                                                                                       des malformations congénitales ou
                                                                                       d’autres problèmes de reproduction.
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Table of Contents
Get to Know Your Turntable–5
    What’s in the Box?–5
Let’s Get Started–8
    Attach the Counterweight–8
    Power –9
Loading a Record–9
Connecting to a Bluetooth Speaker–10
Connecting to External Speakers–11
Hints and Tips–12
    Pitch Adjustment–12
    Stylus Replacement–12
    Usage Tips–12


Get to Know Your Turntable
•   Built-in Bluetooth transmitter for     •   Plays 33, 45, and 78rpm records
    connecting to Bluetooth speakers       •   Built-in RIAA preamp
•   Lift and return action of the tone     •   RCA stereo audio output
    arm at the end of a record
                                           •   AC power: built-in AC power cable
•   Belt Drive
•   Pitch Adjustment
•   Anti-Skate Adjustment

What’s in the Box?
•   Turntable
•   45 rpm adapter
•   Phono cartridge
•   RCA stereo audio cable 3.9 ft (1.2m)
•   Quick Start Guide
•   Product Guide


 Get to Know Your Turntable


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    1.  45rpm Adapter        7.  Tone Arm Lift Switch     13.  Bluetooth ON/OFF
    2.  Platter              8.  Tone Arm Lock            14.  RCA Line Out
    3.  Tone Arm             9.  Pitch Adjustment         15.  Phono/Line Out
    4.  Cartridge & Stylus   10.  Bluetooth Pair Button      Setting
    5.  Tone Arm             11.  Power ON/OFF/
         Counterweight            Record Speed
    6.  Anti-Skating         12.  Power/Bluetooth
         Adjustment               Indicator


               1.  Counterweight Adjustment:
                   Turn to adjust the amount of
                   weight placed on the record
                   by the stylus.
               2.  Anti-Skating Adjustment:
                   Turn to adjust the inward
           2       tracking of the stylus on the
               3.  Pitch Adjustment: Turn to fine
                   tune the speed of the platter
                   as it spins.
           3   4.  Pair Bluetooth: Press to
                   begin pairing to a Bluetooth
           4   5.  78/45/33/OFF: Turn to power
                   ON the turntable and select
                   the play speed. The speed
                   should match the type of
                   record you are going to play.
               6.  Power/Bluetooth Pairing
           5       Indicator: Turn to power ON
                   the turntable, indicated by a
                   RED LED. When the turntable
                   is pairing to a Bluetooth
                   speaker, the light will quickly
                   flash blue, then turn solid
           6       when successfully paired.


Let’s Get Started
Attach the Counterweight
The counterweight controls how much pressure the stylus will put on a record. If
there is too much pressure, the sound will become distorted. If there is too little
pressure, the stylus will skip out of the grooves on a record.
The tone arm should be balanced without the protective cover over the stylus,
as it will affect the weight. Be careful not to damage the stylus while the cover is
    •   Attach the counterweight on the rear of the tone arm and remove the ties
        and the tone arm lock securing it in place.

    •   Adjust the counterweight by turning clockwise or counter-clockwise until the
        tone arm floats naturally.
    •   Rotate the numbered dial (without rotating the counterweight) so that the
        marked “0” is at the top, 12 o’clock position, indicating the neutral balance
        setting for future reference.
    •   Grasping both the counterweight and the dial, rotate counter-clockwise so
        that the reading “0.4” is at the top, 12 o’clock position, indicating the tone
        arm is set for 4 grams of pressure on the record. This is the recommended
        setting for the stylus.

                                             Reading “0.4” is at the top


Plug the DC power adapter into a
standard wall outlet and the DC
Power Input on the unit.

Loading a Record
•   Place your record on the platter, aligning it with the center spindle.
•   Set the speed selector dial to match your record type - 33, 45, or 78. If you
    are playing a 45rpm record, be sure to place the 45rpm adapter on the
    platter first, so that it is between the platter and the record.
•   Remove the protective cover on the stylus, then release the lock on the tone



•   Use the tone arm lift switch to raise the tone arm upwards, then carefully
    move it into position over the record.
•   As the tone arm moves into position, the platter will start spinning. Use the
    tone arm lift switch to lower the tone arm stylus onto the record. When the
    stylus comes into contact with the grooves on the record, the turntable will
    send audio to the connected speakers.


     Connecting to a Bluetooth Speaker
     •   Start by enabling Pairing Mode on the Bluetooth Speaker you want to
         use. Before beginning the pairing process, be sure no other devices are
         connected to the speaker.
     •   On the turntable, turn Bluetooth Mode ON by adjusting the switch on the
         back of the unit.
     •   Press the Pair button on the turntable to begin pairing to your speaker. The
         indicator light on the turntable will quickly flash blue while it attempts to
         connect to the speaker.
     •   When successfully paired, the indicator light on the turntable will turn solid.
         Note: If the turntable fails to connect, the indicator light will keep flashing
         blue. Press the Pair button to try again.
     •   Audio from the record will now be heard through the connected speakers.
         Use the volume control on the speakers to adjust the audio level.


Connecting to External Speakers
•   Use an RCA audio cable to connect to a pair of external speakers. Connect
    the Line Out ports on the turntable to the corresponding color-coded ports
    on the speakers.
•   Set the selector switch on the back of the turntable to Line Out to send
    audio to the speakers.
•   IMPORTANT! If you are connecting the turntable to speakers through a
    preamp, set the switch on the back of the turntable to Phono. Improper
    selection of the switch will result in either no sound or explosive sound.
•   Audio from the record will now be heard through the connected speakers.
    Use the volume control on the speakers to adjust the audio level.

Line Out





 Hints and Tips
     The Anti-Skating dial adjusts the inward tracking of the tone arm on the record.
     Usually, the dial should be left in its lowest setting. However, if the turntable is
     experiencing excessive skipping as the record plays, increase the anti-skating
     effect in increments of 1 using the dial.
     Pitch Adjustment
     The Pitch Adjustment dial will increase or decrease the speed of the platter as
     it spins. This can be used to fine tune the speed of the record as it plays. If the
     speed or sound seems a little off, use the dial to correct the audio distortion.
     Stylus Replacement
     The stylus is rated for 300 hours of play. However, if you notice a change in
     audio quality, you should replace the stylus as soon as you can. Prolonged use
     of a worn out stylus can damage records.
     •   To replace a stylus, first, be sure the turntable is powered OFF, then carefully
         pull the stylus simultaneously downward and forward off of the tone arm.
     •   Insert the new stylus and press upwards until it clicks into place.
     Usage Tips
     •   Close the top cover to prevent dust from collecting on the turntable or your
         records. Dust and other particles can interfere with the stylus as it tracks in
         the grooves of a record.
     •   Be sure to lock the tone arm in place before transporting the turntable.
     •   Do not place anything on the turntable or the top cover, especially when it is
         in use.


Document Created: 2019-08-16 09:57:03
Document Modified: 2019-08-16 09:57:03

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