Contoh database perpustakaan dengan microsoft access 2007. Of the ultra-rare-ultra-invisibilia kind. It seems LP-3000 was introduced in late 1978 in Japan and therefore still plain science-fiction at the time even if two years after the 1976.
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All the features of a or: Quartz-Lock Direct-Drive, tangential tonearm, feather-touch buttons, LEDs pitch displays, diecast aluminium base, 15-tracks programmability with backward and forward 'skip', 'repeat', auto disc-size and even an auto-record link with Aiwa's cassette recorders of the times. With such features, the LP-3000 was almost a year ahead of everybody and head to head with Sharp and its Optonica RP-9100 which was also ready by late 1978!
The catalog from which the two images here published were scanned from was printed in may 1979 and the owner's manual also bears that date so at least the export model came in a bit later than late 1978. The LP-3000 was named LP-20X in Japan but I have yet to find a japanese catalog for it. Whatever its moniker, the Aiwa didn't sell much and its price was in it for something: when the excellent Technics cost 3000FF in 1980, the LP-3000 pushed programmability, linear tracking and sci-fi looks to almost three times as much: 8200FF. The LP-3000 has three motors, all are of the BSL kind: a beefy one for the platter, another for the tonearm's translation and one for cueing. The tonearm's lateral movement works with a threaded rod powered by said BSL motor - a down to earth approach not as 'cool' as magnetic rails () but more elegant than Yamaha's flat belt + roller guides ( & PX-3).
The tonearm itself has tracking force and zero balance set at its back while the little 'tit' protruding at the top in front of the bearings' cache is in fact a dial to adjust the cartridge/ mat distance. The specifications for the arm's bearing are a bit. Alarming: 30mg!
I'd like to have another source for this because it is quite stiff. But if this was no 1979 mistyping, the LP-3000's tonearm is therefore very far from a Technics or a Sony PUA-1600L.
The track sensing feature works with a LED and photo transistor detecting weak or strong reflections on the vinyl surface. Since the supplied headshell holds the ' disk sensor', the use of another cartridge/headshell couple requires some twiddling with spacers and specific alignements. Nothing however to scare anyone who has already put a cartridge on a tonearm and very far from the pain of doing that on a Revox B-790! An optional RC-20 chunky wired remote control was available as well; if Aiwa had really tried to market the LP-3000, I guess it would've been named RC-3000.