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Technics SL-1210Mk2 Sound is very clear but low frequencies are very POOR.Other sources are checked i think the problem comes from the turntable. I replace my old phono pre amp with rolls VP29 and i check it with neumark cc-1 and shure m44-7 cartridges but problem is the same.Thanks!

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    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.

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Possible that the negative feedback amplification is not compensating to the preamp.
The cartridges must match with the preamp so that the full frequency response is received.
If you can add along an equaliser to you phono path on way to the amplifier , the compensation can be set up to the room accoustics and taste.
Alteration of the input impedance to the amplifier with a network can also help but an equaliser might be tthe best for you

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

Testimonial: "the negaive feedbak amplification comes from my turnable? can i change something to my sl-1210 mk2 to solve my problem? thanks a lot!"

  • steif_d Sep 15, 2010

    Can i change something in my turnable to solve my problem? thanks a lot

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