direct motor question

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by detonate-dj, Jul 6, 2009.

  1. detonate-dj

    detonate-dj sexdrugs&rockinthedole

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    for any tech heads on here i was just wondering which motor type is better out of the 2......
    a brushless DC ...or
    a 16 pole 3 phase?
    any body know?
     
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    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    I think all turntables use a Brushless DC motor. I know Technics use this method to drive the platter.
     
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    detonate-dj sexdrugs&rockinthedole

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    nah, technics use a brushless dc motor and stantons use the 16 pole 3 phase, cant find out which is the better out of the two though, i know stantons have a hell of alot more torque than technics
     
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    Just had a bit of a geez at the specs of the Technics & theres not alot there on the motor itself.

    Both Stantons & Technics use a 3 Phase brushless DC Motor. The specs I looked at on the Stanton T92, specifies an 8 pole motor, basically the more poles a motor has the higher the torque, so if what ever your looking at with a 16 pole motor will have higher torque then the T92, providing the kw rating is similar. I hope that makes sense.
     
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