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How can I check the Stanton 500 mk11 cartridge is good, I have no output in one channel ?


To really be sure, under a microscope to look at the diamiond, but i haven\'t seen one channel oke and one chanel no sound. Then it should allways makes sound , only ckrackling. So be sure your wires are fit by tightening the connection and measure your output till the last connection with your stylus and move your connections a bit , if that\'s allright , then is it a cable or input from something outside your tt. But have you checked it also with first cleaning your needle well and another record and lift each side of the turntable a bit. Sometimes is one dust particle enough, even with a new stylus. Is your output line or phono? O a technics, take the whole needle out and those fours pins you have to lubricate with right stuf ( a tiny bit ) and move them in and out and you havent cheked the connection with your om/concorde, but i think that one pin won\'t come out totally, so pull a bit ( after lubrication ) push them all inside and watch if they come all four back. And pls replace those terrible quality rca cables from technics, they are crap and a nice pair from another brand is only 30 euro a pair, but you needle ain\'t broke for sure and does it work with another unit?.......(still clean and lubricate the stuff).I hear from you.

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I am getting extremely faint sound from the left channel while playing vinyl. I have swapped all wires and cables left to right and back and the problem remains the same. The only thing I haven't tried is...


If you switch the cables so the left channel plays into the right of the amp and the sound stays dead in the left channel of the amp it's not the cartridge that is at fault by your amp. Amps have a magnetic cartridge pre-amp built into them for turntables. This can go faulty, but won't effect any other device (CD etc). Most of these pre-amps are a single IC. Which will need to be replaced.

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Poor sound quality from a technics SL-D210


Generally either a faulty connection to a lead or cartridge. Or a faulty Cartridge. If you switch the left and right channels of the phono leads the missing sound should move to the left and the right come to life. If it does not then there's a fault in the magnetic cartridge pre-amp in your amp.

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Picture quality poor on certain channels,get all of bbc channels ok rest loss of sound and hick ups in picture


if all channels poor quality TV problem
if just one or tow channels bad quality not tv problem....

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Look around for a bad conection, perhaps inside the turntable.

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No sound from one channel


hi!change your rca connector..first..ok 

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One channel vocals drop out


yes, it is very likely the stylus. the stock needle is conical shaped like a ball point pen. You might have a tonearm that is out of alignment but usually it's the needle. It is possible it is just dust on the tip but if it occurrs in consistent areas of the record, then it is likely that the music is just too demanding for the LP2D you will either have to use your old technics which is likely better quality or you could try upgrading the stylus on your LP2D.
If you do a yahoo search for "4-211-DE-GUARD" with the quotes, the 1st result will take you to an elliptical upgrade over the stock needle. The elliptical tip will pull more info out of the grooves and into your computer for further processing.

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Technics SU-G91 Left channel bad


Did you ever find the solution to the left channel issue? I have the same problem with mine.

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Weak output signal when compared to my other table.


This does happen. The RCA cables used on the Technics 1200's aren't of the greatest quality, and you will find lower output on some turntables. This can become an issue, if you record your sets to your PC, or you use Serato, Final Scratch, or any of the digital control set ups. There is only 1 way to resolve this, and that's to switch out the RCA cables on both turntables, and ensure that they are matched. This can be done by any qualified audio service technician. Just make sure you choose some good quality RCA cables, and not the standard OEM Technics cables.

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