Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It sounds awful - it appears that the arm is too light and keeps jumping - it isn't the record - it plays fine on my normal turntable - what do I do?
These cheaply-made turntables only do ONE job and that is to archive your record collection. Not surprised by the fact the record plays great on your normal turntable.
The arms on these turntables have quite a heavy tracking weight to them and you cannot adjust it. My advice to you is if you want to archive vinyl there are plenty of quality HIFI turntables out there that will blow away your Seal turntable. Don't be tempted to put a small coin on the headshell as this will INCREASE the weight and probably damage your record.
A friend of mine has one these awful Seal tables and I think they are pretty bad sound quality, also they go under many different brand names.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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