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My technics 1210 has suddenly started to put out really dirorted sounds, I am using an ortofon pink concorde. Do these wear out, should replace it?

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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All was fine then one of my decks is only giving out a very faint treble i have changed needles and channels on the mixer,so i think it is the lead?would you agree i feel pretty confident about opening it and soldering on a new lead with alittle direction if its straight forward i will do it with the leads you supply
thanks gareth

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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You will have to replace the RCA cables on your turntable. You can try to do this yourself, however soldering experience is required. You can purchase the parts HERE - and install yourself, or try to find a reputable service center area to replace the cables.

A word of advice, try not to use the original RCA cables that are installed with the turntables, as they aren't of the greatest quality. Try and put a better brand, or use the MOGAMI cables, available HERE. FYI, Serato requires a nice strong signal coming from your turntables. The Technics 1200/1210s were not made to provide such a signal to a digital unit. So, upgrading the cables to the MOGAMI's will help out significantly. I would suggest doing the same to both turntables, just so you have a nice balanced signal coming from both turntables.

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Posted on Mar 21, 2008

I am not getting any sound from my 1210 when i plug up the turntable rca jack. The other 1210 works fine. I am using serato scratch and the turntable wth the bad rca jacks is not being recognzed with the RANE software. Any suggestions?

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

What sort of problem are you having with the cords?

Posted on Sep 05, 2007

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