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Gain output is not equal on left and right I

Gain output is not equal on left and right I recently purchased my M5G and thought it was all fine untill I start recording with them. When looing at the wave form I noticed that on one of the deck the left output was not equal to the right. This worry was confirmed by noticing the gain difference when switching to mono on my mixer. Any idea? Thanks a lot

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Is there a balance (LR) for the input on your preamp?
Is there an anti-skating adjustment on the tt? That controls the lateral pressure on the needle. Read the manual.
try a different set of cables

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