Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
Green red blue and white wires
Posted by Anonymous on
Actually it's not to hard to connect them. All you need is a stereo record where you know a sound of something is on the right or left channels. I use to have a Goodies LP where a one of them would say "bounce to the left" and the other said "bounce to the right" these coming on the respective channels.
To set it up just stick the red (right) on one of the cartridge pins and white - left on the opposite side - not underneath it. Then connect the other two to the pins below them. Play your test record. And if the sound which is supposed to be on the right channel come on the left - swap the two red and white wires around.
If the sound sounds (tinny spaced) out then swap the same side wires around.
So if you have say Red Green, Make it Green Red. If it is tinny only on one channel, don't switch the other channel around.
For example the right is tinny - do the above - but leave the other White Blue.
By the way some cartridges do have L and R marked on them and + and - for the channel types. " -" being for the green or blue wires.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wiring cartridge
The "Standard wiring" is: Red = Right Hot= R Green= Right Ground= RG White= Lefty Hot= L Blue= Left Ground = LG Black if used is "Ground" and should be connected to a seperate ground circuit. Seems to me you are missing a couple of solder points. Also try twisting the pairs together but not all 4 together; i.e.(red & grn) (White & blue) to reduce "hum". Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 16, 2007
SOURCE: Stanton STR8-30
How did the internal wiring come out? Was it pulled, does it look like someone attempted to repair it, and didn't do a good job? Unfortunately, you have to open up the unit to see where exactly those wires were removed from. Those are the tonearm wires, which attach to the PCB which distributes the sound to the RCA cables. If those were pulled out from the tonearm, you have to have the entire tonearm replaced (not diy work). If it came loose from the board - VERY ODD that all 5 cables came loose, but it was bought on ebay, so anything is possible - you need to open up the turntable and solder the cables back (easier said than done). Yes, the black wire is the ground. I suggest you take it to a qualified service center for a diagnosis. You might be able to recover the costs from the seller. Hope you didn't leave any feedback as of yet. It might be the only thing you can hold over the seller's head.
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
If it a PROPER head-shell the leads DO come off the pins at the rear of the cartridge.
Also if you are using EXTERNAL speaker it may be that the speaker leads are incorrectly wired to the speakers and that would simply be a matter of swapping the external speaker outputs over.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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