Every care has been taken with the QL-A51 to prevent unnecessary record handling — from the manual cue control to the automatic arm lift, return and power shut-off at the end of play. Otherwise it’s the spitting image of the QL-F61, including the precision motor, straight tonearm and up-front controls. Information in these files can help you restore, repair, resolve, fix any JVC device.
Even physical jarring when operating the control buttons won’t budge the tracking stylus. This website is not affiliated with or sponsored by JVC. Reproduction without prior permission or for financial gain is strictly prohibited. Library / JVC Quartz-Locked Auto Return Turntable (1983-1985) add a review DescriptionThere are only two major difference between the QL-A220 and the QL-F320: first, the QL-A220 is an auto-return rather than a fully automatic model.
There are two reasons why we made the tonearm of the QL-A220 lightweight and straight: one, it improves it’s sensitivity, thus it handles record warps easily for clearer low frequency response. Reproduction without prior permission or for financial gain is strictly prohibited. The PDF files are provided under strict licence.