It needs to be pointed out that only a percentage of '78s' are
recorded at that speed. Most European records were recorded at 80rpm.
If you have old records, a turntable that covers from about 70 to 85
rpm is needed and there are some early records that are at higher or
lower speeds than that.
On Jul 8, 2008, at 1:52 PM, Mahern, Paul Cantwell wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> I am looking for a new turntable for home use. Does anyone have
> recommendations? I can spend about $500.00 - needs to play at 78 rpm.
> Thanks - Paul Mahern