Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I recently acquired a sony ps lx2 turntable. I have no problems playingrecords, but it seems that every set of speakers I've plugged theplayer into, the volume is extremely low (almost inaudible) so you haveto have your ear right up next to the speaker in order to hear anymusic, even with the volume on the speaker is turned all the way up.How can I remedy this problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello..if you can try to connect a external speaker or phones..if the volume is ok..than i think it is time to replace your internal speaker..pse tll me....good luck...Ron
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
i have the same speakers.
but isntead of one side going,
both sides are dead.
and the light on the control side doesnt even turn on
it is plugged in
but i do not know what is wrong
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
I hope you have it connected to the Phono input on the left rear of the receiver. Otherwise the minute signal generated by the phono cartridge is too small for the other inputs to process.
The buzzing noise/bad channel is probably a bad connection in the tonearm/headshell connection or one of the 4 wires attaching the cartridge to the shell. If you DON'T want to blow up your speakers, TURN YOUR RECEIVER OFF, turn the volume to 0 or select another input before messing around with the tonearm.
Swap the two channels from the tonearm to the Phono connectors to prove the buzzing is external (at the turntable). I think the Dual CS415 uses the old standard headshell. With the volume down flip the lever toward the back, carefully remove the assembly and look over the tiny multi-colored wires with the brass crimp-on ends. We're looking for tight kinks or broken wires. Then put it back. maybe reseat it a few times to wear off any oxidation and try it again.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Have you selected a different setting in the audio control section of your computer? For example: wave out, instead of line in or vice versa. Is the audio control input set low?
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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