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STANTON SK-FIVE MIXER HOOK UP

MY TURNTABLES MAKE A BUZZ SOUND WHEN I AM USING THEM...I AM USING THE STANTON SK-FIVE MIXER AND I AM NOT SURE IF THE HOOK UP IS RIGHT...CAN U HELP?

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Are the gnds connected(earths) you get a buzzin noise if not earthed

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

  • sam brown Aug 06, 2009

    check leads and connect all gnds

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