I bought an LP record from a local library and back home turned it on to hear it. And I get very funny voice like somebody is on helium.
I thought I had it on 45 and wanted to switch to 33, but it was on 33. After some fiddling with my player thinking something is wrong with it, I still hear the fast speaking. Then I look at the label it says 16⅔. I have never heard of such a thing!
Is there any way one can still play this record on a turntable that only has 33 and 45 speeds, or should I try to find something even more ancient that also has 16⅔? I thought my equipment was tyrannosaurus-age, but there is clearly something that predates that!