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Playing records and there is a loud buzzing noice, also the sound is coming out distorted, one minute loud next minute quiet.please help

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I agree to Mr.Duncan what he said,and try to check the mic piezo op amp,maybe loose contact,try it to resolder...

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Make sure your turntable is grounded to your amp and that may take care of your problem. Most turntables have a seperate ground wire for that purpose. If you are having to turn your volumn up very high to get proper sound from your amp then your amp may not be new enough to accept a moving magnet phono cartridge and may be the old ceramic input type and a seperate small amp will be required. You used to be able to get these at Radio Shack. But I would look into the ground issue first as the most likely. Good luck.

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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