Question about Stanton STR8-150 Turntable
Everything is connected correctly ie. amp, mixer, decks. However, when playing records there is a humming noise and feedback from the amp/ decks.
i think this has something to do with the lack of grounding for the decks.
How can i solve this problem?
Your mixer should be grounded by the power cord, and the decks have a seperate ground wire which connects, usually on a screw terminal, to the mixer, which provides the ground for the decks. I would try the headshells to make sure they are tight and connected correctly also make sure the power socket on the wall is earthed properly.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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