Question about Audio Players & Recorders
A drive belt would effect the speed of the player not its quality. Also, I believe that the model you posted is a direct drive unit which would not have a belt. There is something else going on here. It is possible that the cartridge has a problem. This could explain the sound you are hearing. It soulc also be within the receiver that you are using. I would suspect a problem with the receiver before the turntable. The Phono input at the receiver has an extra stage of amplification that can be failing. I would try the turntable on another receiver first.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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