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Nad cd player cd541i noise

When i play a cd now and again i seem to get a static noise or a noise like a record player needle skating across surface of the record i have tried cleaning the cd lens but has not solved it

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That one is going to need Tech service.

I've worked on several of the NAD players.

Sounds like a focus or gain adjust needed.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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When I press Start the needle moves over, drops down, then comes back up and over and stops. It does this about 95% of the time.


did you try placing the needle on the record manually? Did it work okay then or did it do as you mentioned?

Jun 06, 2015 | Sony PS-LX250H Turntable

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MAKE MY TONEARM STOP SKATING


It's possible your weight adjustment has been mis-adjusted since you last used your turntable. On the tonearm, there should be a weight adjustment wheel. Turn this all the way towards the needle (IN). Now, adjust it backwards until there is no resistance in the tone arm - this is your zero point, reset the wheel on the weight adjustment knob to read 0. Now, adjust it forward to 3 grams of downward pressure. This is usually the minimum amount of force needed on a record. If it still skates at this setting, adjust it with gradual amounts of greater force until the skating stops.

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When I lower the needle on to the record it simply slides across the record to the centre


Not enough weight on the arm, adjust the weight on the arm end. Can also be a build up of dust on the needle.

May 31, 2015 | Audio Players & Recorders

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The arm with the needle slides across the LP record - doesn't pick up sound


This is often a problem when you are using a 78 needle on a 45 or 33 record. Some needles can be flipped, so check to see if yours is able to flip between the 78 and 33 setting. If not, you may simply need a new one.

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Nad cd541i doesn't always read cd's; it can tell me how many tracks/minutes there are but won't find the beginning of the cd; in this case, sometimes if I skip forward two or three tracks and...


It sounds like a physical problem in the laser seek mechanism. Possibly a sticky area on the guides. Heavy reading for all malfunctions related to optical disc...

http://www.repairfaq.org/sam/cdfaq.htm

May 19, 2011 | NAD C542 CD Player

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I have purchased two ARK IV white elliptical Stylus replacement needles for my turntable and I am not getting the life out of these items, despite very limited play time. Seems like they just wear down...


What's the turntable? Skipping across the record would be a (mal)function of tracking and anti-skating. The recommended tracking force for this stylus os 3.0 grams. I've been out of the vinyl groove for some years now but I remember my Shure M95 tracking in the range of 1-1.5 g. Railroad spikes track at 3.0. Is this for 'scratching' or whatever it is they call that noise?

Apr 27, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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All the arm does whenever I try to play a record is move across the record. This even happens with a brand new needle. I'm ready to get a new turntable.


there is a counter balance on the side of the arm called an anti skating weight.it prevents the grooves on the record from pushing the stylus inward,wearing out one side.when the anti skate weight system has a fault,it drags the arm toward the center of the record faster than needed.there is also a weight on the back of the arm.that is the balance.when set to zero,the arm should balance.then the weight is turned to 1 gram or so.if there is not enough force downward,the anti skate mechanism will drag the arm inward.

Oct 28, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Needle skipping & not pushing down


There should be an "anti-skate" adjustment to control the arm moving across the record. It is possible that lubrication has stiffened up as well. This unit may need a general overhaul/cleaning.

Dan

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NAD C541i CD Player plays but the sound cuts out for an instant every 10-20 secs. It eventually goes away, but it is annoying when you first play a disc. Any help appreciated.


hi, i've had a few nad C541i's and not so long since the sound on one of them cut out for milliseconds and on some occasions the sound would make the noise very much like a severely scratched vinyl record, i thought it was a faulty laser so i tried another KSS-213C laser out of a scrap kenwood and the fault persisted. to cut a long story short, i took the main PCB out and there were various dry joints. once these were resoldered i was blessed with a fully functioning player. hope this helps?

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Fisher price 1978 record player


The Fisher Price record player has a device that prevented kids from pressing the needle down and sctratching the record. If you look at the cartridge where the needle is inserted, you will see that it floats up and down. The problem is that this keeps the needle from having enough pressure to play the record. Pennies just make the cartridge recede further into the arm. If you wedge something above the cartridge, the needle won't float and the it will play your records. I've had four of these and none of them worked until I figured this out.

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