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Sound noize thanks for your feedback. I check all these things that you said. but i think it has to do with a sensor or something else insight the pickup.

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Hi again,

Appreciate the postback and additional information. Have you tried running the turntable without the cartridge/needle? If the buzzing is still there, try removing then the new wires that you have installed. Since it is a process of elimination, the point where the buzzing disappears would be the point of further diagnosis then.

It it were a hum, the it is possibly spillage of the AC power supply, but since it is a buzz, then it is relatively high frequency.

Cheers.

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