Have recently got our turntables down from loft, they have been boxed up and have been up there for approx 12 months. when we looked at them the top black panel seems to be peeling and bubbling, I am trying to make a claim on my house insurance for them as they went up fine with no problems, there is no damp in the loft and nothing has been spilt on them, the box was not damp or wet either. insurance co says cannot claim unless valid reason for this problem, and advice please? kind regards
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Re: top panel bubbling and peeling off
I would suggest that the humidity and high temperatures in your loft has weakened the glue that holds the laminate onto the base. Temperatures in lofts/attics can be very high during the summer months.
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If the amp does not have a dedicated sockets for a turntable - often marked "phono". Then plugging it into an aux socket won't work. You will need to get a Magnetic Cartridge Pre-amp. The turntable plugs into this and that plugs into your aux socket. If at the present you turn up the volume really loud you might just hear the record playing. That will tell you that the cartridge is OK.
here is what ION is telling people (short version) this is for vista or win7
1. Visit www.ionaudio.com/ezvc to download the latest EZ Converter software. 2.install new software if needed, 3. connect ION Audio USB. make sure its ON (if it has a switch) Setup Procedure 1.Start thenControl Panel. 2.double-click Hardware and Sound. 3.double-click Sound. 4. At top select Playback tab.choose the audio output device. Don’t chose “speakers-usb audio codec” (that’s your ION) don’t chose modem 5. click Set Default. 6. select Recording tab at top of Sound Control Panel.choose "Microphone – USB Audio Codec" as the default device. (that’s the ION) 7. Click Set Default. 8. click Properties.select Advanced tab 9.set the Default Format setting to 2-channel, 16 bit 44100 Hz (CD Quality). 10. Un-check the two boxes under Exclusive Mode. Click Apply 11. select Levels tab from the top of the Sound Control Panel. 12. Set the level slider to 4. Click Apply, click OK to close the window. Have everything set up and running, ifyou have to call this number for help. 401-658-3743 ext. 1405