Question about Califone International 1030AV Turntable
May be the "winding" on the speaker. If it has got damp at some point(you may not notice any on the casing) the cardboard tube that the coil is wound around swells and "rubs" in the speaker. Thus producing a scratching sound. Try connecting to another speaker, just to test and if it sounds fine then that is what it is.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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