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Pulsating in my speakers. sounds fine but I know it cant be healthy for my speakers , you really notice it in between tracks , I have a new stylus, tried both phono inputs, Pioneer PL-10, nothing fancy, running into a Carver C-1 preamp.

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You need to make sure the room sounds or vibrations aren't feeding back into the turntable. Does it vary with volume? Infrasonic filtering might help, too.

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It sound like bass rumble ( or bass feedback) to me, try locating your turntable further away from the speakers if possible, and make sure it is isolated from the table or what ever it is sitting on, by some sort of rubber feet.

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