Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Where do you have the turntable connected? Is it going into a DJ Mixer, a Receiver, or a Power Amp?
No matter the unit, make sure you have it plugged into the PHONO INPUT connection on the rear. If your receiver/amp does not have this, then you will need a PHONO PRE-AMP - The turntable connects to the PHONO PRE-AMP, and the PRE-AMP connects to the LINE IN or AUX IN of your receiver.
If you are connected to the PHONO INPUT of your mixer/receiver/amp, then the problem might be one of the following on the turntable:
2) RCA Cables
There is no easy way to see which one of these is the culprit, it's just a matter of elimination.
But, you didn't provide much information. If you can be more specific as to how you have your turntable connected, what kind of cartridge your using, and whether or not, you've determined that the problem is indeed the turntable and not your mixer/receiver/amp, or even your speakers. This would help in determining what the issue might be.
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Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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