Question about Teac GF-650 Turntable
LPs were mastered back in the day with no real volume standard--ceertain sounds had to be mastered light because the engraving on the master disc was so sensitive.....digital technology does not have that problem....digital takes a lot of volume before it starts to break-up...
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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I am not sure what computer system or operating system you are using. If you are using a PC with MS Windows try to go to the control panel from the start tab. Double click on the sounds and audio devices icon. Click on Advanced in the master volume box. If any mute boxes are checked, uncheck them and move the volume to the top. Try your system to see if you have any output. I hope this helps since I did not see any recommendations to check the master volume mixer.
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