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Home stereo audio problems

Have a home stereo system with different components, all working fine.  Upgraded the old record player to a new dj set up (mixer and 2 turntables) and one speaker cuts out or doesnt work at all when playing records.  Radio still works out of 2 speakers, just not the record player...(?)
Receiver: Old Sony (AC 120V 60 Hz 120 W) Mixer: Numark DM950 USB Turntables: Stanton T80s (120V 60Hz 10W)

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I've had some progress, have tried 2 different amps and 2 different mixer now... The weird thing is, if I plug a turntable directly into the receiver, everything is great.  Once I connect the record player through a mixer and then to the receiver, I can get sound, but its really bass-y and buzzy and essentially just terrible... Such a weird problem...

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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Could be a bad patch cord, a setting on the mixer, a faulty mixer (unless it works ok with other amps), or a dirty control on the Sony amp if it has analog controls. Have you tried connecting other sources to the Sony?

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