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You will find the speed you want the turntable to turn at on the label eg, 33 1/3 rpm, 45 rpm or 78 rpm. A 45 rpm will have a larger hole in the middle than a 33 1/3, more commonly known as an album because it will have between 1 and 9 or 10 songs on each side and a 78 will have only 1 song per side, 78's are the oldest and in most cases worth the most if you were looking to sell them.

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