Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
Hi there, one of my dek does not give me full low frequency, i have replaced the lead+connectors, aswell as tonearm,and still nothing as changed, when i unplugged on of the leads connector from the mixer, then the low frequency are coming back but plays in either speaker accordingly, but only mediums and high frequency will be played when plugged back on, is it the printed circuit board or else???????
Nope, the circuit boards have nothing to do with transmitting frequencies. There are only 4 items on the Technics 1200 that transmit frequencies...
4) RCA Cables/Leads
If you've already replaced 3 and 4, the problem lies with either 1 or 2. Or the RCA cables you replaced were not done properly, or you used poor quality cables. Double check the work.
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