Question about Vestax CDX-05 Turntable
I used to have the same problem: the rubber feet of the players are too stiff. It is indeed vibration that causes the problem. Btw: after a couple hours in a club, you are usually playing much louder than at home, with more low-end punch.
I haven't had a single problem AFTER systematically setting the players on foam. This is similar to the tennis balls trick for regular turntables, except that here you need something a softer suspension as the players are very light. Shipping foam is good; camping foam mattress works also.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Prepare to remove lazer unit-this is a most stupid lazers on the world-they are not a sony-something else i have 2 pairs vestax cdx 05-but they work corectly becouse i remove original lazers
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
Blagouu, please can you specify what kind of laser you put instead? I have same problem with one of mines, so I'll change lasers.
but you change whole transport with little motor (you just disconnect wires and connect the new part?) or you change only lazer leans witch require more difficult operation?
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
That is very strange. So, no issues at all @ home? Only @ work/club?
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Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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