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Ground and power cord replacement

Need to know where I can get replacement power cords and grounds for 2 Gemini SA 600 II turntables.

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SOURCE: cable conector with ground from turntable to receveir

aaaaaaaaand...........what's your point?

Posted on Feb 12, 2008


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SOURCE: what all can I attach a turntable ground wire to?

Connecting to another piece of equipment besides the mixer introduces the possibility of creating a ground loop, which, of course, is not desirable.

Just make a splice using Stakons (crimper). Just cut off the existing connector and crimp a (red) round crimp to the existing ground wire. Then take a length of same gauge and crimp a round a (red) spade Stakon on the other end. Then take a nut and bolt and connect the 2 round connectors and tape with good black tape (Scotch 33 or similar). That will get you through the Gig.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: cant get my turntables turned on and there

if there is a slot for a power cord on the turntables them selves then yes you need the power cords

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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Hi, slip the ground cable in the side of the rca connection to the device without earth point.It makes no difference if it goes in the left or right jacks. styluscity@gmail.com

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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SOURCE: I have two Gemini XL

Is there something 'special' about them? Power cords are common. Take one to an electrical supply store, radio Shack or just look around the house for an unused one.

Posted on Jul 06, 2011

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#2, if the issue you are having is a ground issue, then perhaps the internal ground wire might have come loose, or there is some sort of interference somewhere. Do you have your turntables next to anything that draws alot of power? Such as air conditioner, or a microwave, fridge, etc? Also, connecting to the same power outlet with something that draws alot of electricity might have the same effect. Try a different power outlet. One that is not being used if possible. If you use a power strip or extension cord, try a new one.

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