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You gotta love JBL bottom end:) Is this a new problem or something you have been putting up with. Check settings on the amp first. If you have excessive bass boost you may get this sort of problem. Acoustic isolation is what fixes it. IF bass frequencies are able to couple up to the turn table enough to bounce the needle, then you need to get the T/T better isolated from the speakers. Check that the body of the turntable is isolated from everything, and that it is sitting squarely on its feet. You could also use a rumble filter if your amp has one fitted. The setup on the turntable is also worth a look. Set tracking force to 2-3 grams. Check these things and report back to me here and we shall get to the bottom of your problem for you. :)
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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