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    Red face Turntable (Sony PS-LX63P) info needed

    This model dissapeared from Sony's product lists: PS-LX63P. I need to know: Input voltage? AC or DC? It has three wires. Why? (Output: RCA type) Thanks in advance.

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    It may have three wires because it may have been part of a "rack system."

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    Not sure if the 65X is the same or not but here is a link http://www.vinylengine.com/library/sony/ps-x65.shtml

    Never mind, manual is in German
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    Smile I think you are right

    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    It may have three wires because it may have been part of a "rack system."
    I think you are right (it's a thin cable and the connector is very small). But what does the three wires mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipero View Post
    I think you are right (it's a thin cable and the connector is very small). But what does the three wires mean?
    They probably connected to the receivers power supply which in most cases was DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thsmith View Post
    Not sure if the 65X is the same or not but here is a link http://www.vinylengine.com/library/sony/ps-x65.shtml

    Never mind, manual is in German

    While the 65X is not the same, on this site I found PS-LX40 (110/240 V AC) and PS-LX40P (12 V DC, "P" means deck or rack system).
    The 40p is almost the same as 63p, it says a member of Club Sony. :)
    The manual is... in English:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    They probably connected to the receivers power supply which in most cases was DC.

    Thank you. :)If it is true that the 40p is almost the same as 63p, I think you confirm what I read in the manual (Please, see answer to "thsmith").
    Now Only need to know why three wires... Perhaps the third wire is the only ground connection.
    Last edited by Felipero; 03-10-2009 at 10:47 PM. Reason: I saw the machine again

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