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Static/crackling when playing records

Connections worked well before system was moved to new location. Does the amp have to be grounded, and if so, how?

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Try to reconnect all the wires, the problem seems to be with connection. Instead of spending lot of money on speakers, you can buy just the wires, they are pretty cheap. Hope this helps.

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You may have broken the connections of the amp module. You have to look at the circuit board verry closely

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Make sure your computer audio is NOT set to "echo" as this will loop the audio back out. This setting can sometimes get set by whatever... it happens.

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Loose wire or connection is causing stereo to short out, Check all connections including amp,Stereo,Speakers and make sure nothing is touching places it shouldn't

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The static type sound could be due to fine dust in the volume and other such controls. Please use a vacuum to blowout the dust from these controls. The connections may be OK.

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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You have two options. First a faulty cartridge. Or a faulty pre-amp in the main amp.
You can find out if the cartridge (and amp) are playing up. By removing the connectors on the cartridge.
Then with the volume turned up to about half, with your finger, touch each one of the wires one at a time. It will not harm you at all. But you should hear a loud buzz on one wire on the right and a loud buzz on the left on another wire.
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