Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have an Emerson NR303TT combo unit (record player, CD player, radio, cassette player). I'm having trouble with the record player portion. When you play a record the channel with the lead vocals doesn't play. You can hear the vocals being picked up at the needle, if you have good hearing such as I do. But It's not coming out of the speakers. Doesn't appear to be the speakers themselves, because the CD player plays all sound channels fine. It's NOT the record, because I've troubleshot with multiple records. And I've tested the records themselves on my other record player. I took a look at the insides and I can't see anything obviously unscrewed or disconnected at the record player end. It's hard to see because the CD player unit is in the way and I didn't want to disassemble the entire unit. I messed with the needle a bit the other day, pulling it down a bit, and all the channels played for a short bit. Does this sound like it's a needle issue? I want to sell the unit since I don't play CDs or Tapes anymore (iTunes is responsible for the one and water damage for the other).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is an adjustment on the tone arm that you use to set where the tone arm picks up at the end of the record. This adjustment is normaly at the back (pivot point) of the tone arm and will be on the side probably. By the way, the tone arm is the part that the stylus is mounted to that swings back and forth to reach all the surface of the record. Make your adjustment and then test and continue doing this until you get it just where you want it. It is a process of trial and error. Good luck.
Posted on May 21, 2007
SOURCE: cD Player returns NO DISK code
had similar problem, first things first.........clean lens with isopropyl alcohol on a Q-tip. to do this, you will have to remove cover and likely the disc tray. worked for me.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
When you unplug one speaker (from the back of the receiver) and the rec. works good, then the speaker that you unplugged is the bad one, or the wire that is hooked up to that speaker is bad. Repair the speaker or the wire.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
above is a generic video that applies to almost all belt driven turntables including yours that will show how to install the belt and a few other things. maybe something in the video will clear up exactly how to get the belt on right.
if motor won't spin, spin it with your fingers, sometimes a "dead spot" developes on these motors. if it then starts on it's own, just let it run for a few hrs and the problem may solve itself for a long long time.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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