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STANTON STR8-150 Sound levels

I have 2 turntables - and a Numark Dimension 3 amp - and Behringer 1520 speakers and a Numark DXM-09 mixer. when i play a STR8-150 through the stereo on the amp I get a considerable reduced noise coming from one speaker - the problem is the same on both stantons but my CD decks work fine through the system - I only get equal sound if I play through MONO (onthe red wire input) - any ideas what I am doing wrong?

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Try different rca leads to amp

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