Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It could be a problem with the cartridge/stylus, since you have eliminated the mixer as a source of the problem, it must be in the turntable. The only place for it to come from would be the stylus/cartridge or the wires in the tone arm, or the pre-amp that those wires go to, or some bad solder in the output circuit being used. My guess would be the cartridge and/or stylus, it is taking much more contact and friction than anything else which could cause it to be intermittent. Please understand that I can only guess at your problem since I do not have the unit in front of me to check myself, so I can not be certain of your problem.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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