Question about Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
Got 2 different problems with 2 turntables.
1. No left output from one deck. Ive swapped over my cartridges and the problem still persists - any ideas?
2. Output from deck sounds very tinny. Ive tried different cartridges and the same problem persists - any ideas?
1. Assuming there is no problem with your amplifier of input cable, the headshell/tone-arm needs rewiring. This is very thin flexible wire and not easy to do, but can be done if you are careful.
2. Turntables require a special input on your amplifier which has a frequency response that is suitable for them. If you connect a turntable to an ordinary input, it will sound tinny. If you don't have a turntable input (known as a phono input [from phonograph]) you will need to use a preamplifier with your turntable.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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