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AVOID THIS TURNTABLE. There were/are two hum issues which you can google if you don't believe me. Power supply hum and motor hum. I (and others) had to play around with removing screws and placing rubber washers around the motor suspension to help with motor noise, although it never fixed it 100%. Project changed the power supply to help with that hum. They will never get another dime of my money so I don't know if that worked for that hum, although that new DC model still uses the humming motor design. Project did NOTHING for people that purchase the older defective power supply. All they want is your money. You are much better off buying an older turntable by technics off of eBay for $50 and putting on a new $5 belt and cartridge ($25-$100). And you will usually get a semi auto or fully auto cuing mechanism to boot.
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