Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi the only thing in between is the cartridge, wires and phono plugs at the back. There is a small circuit board (no electronics on it though) inside that the wires go to first. The possibility are , cartridge faulty (most likely i would guess), wire off the circuit board or the phono plugs/sockets at the back loose. Check the wires on the cartridge are ok as well. Have you also swopped the outputs just to check the cable to the mixer/amp?
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Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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