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I am unfamiliar with the model even though I always wanted one...
Playing stereo needs two working channels, any mono/stereo switch moved to stereo, any channel balance/volume controls appropriately adjusted and most importantly the source material must be stereo - in the case of taped material it must have been recorded in stereo in order to replay in stereo...
Dolby Pro logic is a mode that works off the stereo signal for Pro logic mode. It takes the out-of-phase signals and send those to the rear and stereo signals to the sides and mostly mono from the center Channel. If the audio Source you're listening to is mostly mono then you will only hear The center Channel. there's nothing wrong, you just need a wide range stereo signal to get surround and best if it was recorded in Pro logic
Since the volume of the radio seems to be fine it is doubtful that the amplifier is malfunctioning. I will check the stylus to see that it's fully seated and examine the wires in the tonearm that connect to the cartridge. If they seem okay then I suspect the cartridge may be bad
It sounds like the cables you are using, or the way you have it wired into the system are not correct. If you are using the stereo channels on the mixer, then the system also needs to be wired in stereo to the proper amp and speakers. Otherwise you hear the left or right side of the stereo mix, and not all of the music correctly. Another problem may be the kind of cables you are using to wire the MP3 player to the mixer with. If you are using a 1/8" adapter to the MP3 player, make sure it is a STEREO 1/8" adapter, and that both left and right channels are plugged into the mixer, preferably on the first two inputs to test and see that both channels are indeed coming through. Then you may move them to a stereo channel. Again, make sure that the system is wire in stereo in order to hear both sides, Good Luck
try this: plug a stereo headphone into send & check if you get something on one side of the headphones (should be left side) if yes check the cable you use, it's possible that a mono plug (as used for guitars) is disabling the send output, using a stereo plug & adaptors may work (especially if you get the sound in the right side of you headphones
check also the manual you may find a description how to connect/insert a guitar effect when recording or live mix
This is normal for recording. Even professionals do the same. What you need is to set your input to mono(either hardware or software), or explore your software look for effects like STEREO to MONO with some delay which I prefer for my recording. I did have a good result. Good Luck
I'm assuming you are plugging the left and right outputs from the karaoke machine into input A and B of the Tascam to record the stereo output of the Karioke. The Tascam works with mono only (you recreate the stereo mix at mixdown or when bouncing mono tracks together with the panning set). Therefore you should be assigning inputs A and B separately. You could press assign A and then the record button above track 1 and then press assign B and the record button above track 2. Then arm tracks 1 and 2 (by pressing record above each). When you then press play and record together you'll record input A onto track 1 and input B onto track 2.