Changing from European to American power supply on clearaudio emotion TT

Recently I purchased a clearaudio emotion TT on eBay from a European seller for what I thought was a great price. However, upon arrival I realized that it's motor is rigged for European voltage and not compatible with American voltage. NChanging a power chord did not fix the issue as the platter spins at somewhere near 40 rpm which leaves records sounding like the chipmunks. Is it possible to change the motor? Is there anyone familiar with clearaudio products that could let me know what solutions are available? eBay issued a no fault refund to both me and the seller so I essentially got the TT for free but I would really love to get it up and running as it would be a massive upgrade for me.

Cheers and thanks for reading,



I'd like to thank everyone who took the time to respond to this thread.


Brightside is the satisfy tonearm is way better than what I have now. 


Darkside is unless I up my physics game quite a bit I don't think I will be able to figure out that pulley math. 


Selling back to EU also a sound idea as whatever money gained is filed in the plus column. 


Again thanks to all who responded.

The Marantz TT-15S1 uses the same motor as the clearaudio Emotion, you can replace the motor with 110V 60Hz model, part # 90M-PM100020R.