Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
First reverse the deck plugs to your amp to make certain it's not something to do with that.
Disconect the left and right wires from the cartridge. With your finger & thumb grab hold of each channel wire. It should hum/buzz. If there is no difference then the cartridge is faulty. If there is a difference, I would have a look inside the turntable (access via the bottom) you might find a pre-amp or something wrong in it.
If the problem is in your amp, trace the cartridge pre-amp via the wiring. You might find what might be the cause there. Most by the way are a single IC that does all the work.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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