I keep saying it because it's true. As I said it is for recording only. Nothing else..
I know not a single soul here could tell the difference in 32.8 vs 33.3 unless they are in a really really tight band that practices every single day.. James Brown kind of accurate.
You AIN'T, BUT if you can tell .5 RMP in 45 RPMs over a minute or 33.3 good for you. You may hear it when you speed it up but If you walked in on a record playing at a party or a night club, or YOUR front room.. It has ZERO effect on playback and I'd doubt you could tell the difference. The bigger thing, what if it is off by .5 rpm? I'd slowdown dancing by that much.. LOL
You are NOT recording it.. Only then does it have to be that accurate. Tapes even more as the recording medium. Just something I heard..
Besides all my STUFF has strobes, except the rim drive broadcast TT. They were pulled from radio stations. Not a way to check the speed in sight.. ZERO, I wonder WHY. They were for play back NOT transcription.. Learn what YOUR TT is actually made for.. I know what all 35 of mine do..36 now I just got a new one Wednesday
2030 Thoren and the Victrola is playing off and on over the last week..
Not landing the space shuttle here.. :-)