Question about Numark TT200 Turntable
Could be, is the earth leads to the cartridge lose or fitted wrong? Has the connection cable become faulty? Does the power plug have an Earth wire? Remove it if it has been attached.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
This problem is usually caused by the turntable(s) being too near the loudspeakers - a sort of "howlround" effect if you like.
Make sure that the speakers are as far away as possible from the decks and that your cartridges are set up correctly too. On the back of the turntables, there should be a connection for a ground wire, but that should have nothing to do with this situation.
Hope this has helped, and good luck! (:-)
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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