Question about Audio Technica Audio Players & Recorders
Put your turntable on another amplifier and see if it is the amplifier has gone bad, It may have a bad channel or phono board may need to be replaced. Also check your wires going into your receiver or amplifier and make sure the are not bad, Also check your speaker wire connections to see if they are connected tightly.
Posted on May 30, 2014
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