Hi, all, I'm a 78 collector, and my equipment is about as close to the top of the 'food chain' as it gets. I'm at the point where I'm seeking solutions to problems that I don't really have. My current table is a Rek-O-Kut Rondine 3, which has infinitely-adjustable speed from 16-90 RPM. I also have a strobe disc that locks in the speed pretty well. I'm curious, though, if it's possible to get more precise. Dave Cawley in the UK makes modded Technics 1200 tables, and has designed a DDS (Direct Digital Synthesiser) PLL (Phase Locked Loop) control system that can make the table run with frightening accuracy. See here: 78 RPM, 78RPM, 78's and how to play them, Technics SL-100, Technics SP-15 http://www.soundhifi.com/images/T-01DDS.pdf I'm told that it only works with the Technics, and he's also having some issues with it at the moment. I'd like to possibly upgrade someday to a more sturdy table, e.g. a Nottingham Analogue Spacedeck or 294, with a massive sturdy platter and more quiet motor, and better all-around specs. Nothing urgent. Questions: - Are there other products out there that can deal with infinitely-adjustable speed? Everything else I've seen does only 33.3 and 45. - Are there any engineers out there who could purpose-build something like this? Dave charges $3k for his Technics-specific box, and I'd probably pay about the same or thereabouts if someone can build a quality product to make a high-end rig run from 16-120 RPM or anywhere in between and with extreme accuracy. A collector friend had one made for his Nottingham deck, but the engineer is no longer with us.