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Problem with rca cords

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My technics 1210 has suddenly started to put out really dirorted sounds, I am using an ortofon pink concorde. Do these wear out, should replace it?

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All was fine then one of my decks is only giving out a very faint treble i have changed needles and channels on the mixer,so i think it is the lead?would you agree i feel pretty confident about opening it and soldering on a new lead with alittle direction if its straight forward i will do it with the leads you supply
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You will have to replace the RCA cables on your turntable. You can try to do this yourself, however soldering experience is required. You can purchase the parts HERE - and install yourself, or try to find a reputable service center area to replace the cables.

A word of advice, try not to use the original RCA cables that are installed with the turntables, as they aren't of the greatest quality. Try and put a better brand, or use the MOGAMI cables, available HERE. FYI, Serato requires a nice strong signal coming from your turntables. The Technics 1200/1210s were not made to provide such a signal to a digital unit. So, upgrading the cables to the MOGAMI's will help out significantly. I would suggest doing the same to both turntables, just so you have a nice balanced signal coming from both turntables.

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Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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I am not getting any sound from my 1210 when i plug up the turntable rca jack. The other 1210 works fine. I am using serato scratch and the turntable wth the bad rca jacks is not being recognzed with the RANE software. Any suggestions?

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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What sort of problem are you having with the cords?

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SOURCE: technic turntable SL-101

http://1200s.com/Store/PARTS-TECHNICS-TURNTABLES/c271_272_278/index.html

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Posted on Nov 08, 2007

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You will have to replace the RCA cables on your turntable. You can try to do this yourself, however soldering experience is required. You can purchase the parts HERE - and install yourself, or try to find a reputable service center area to replace the cables.

A word of advice, try not to use the original RCA cables that are installed with the turntables, as they aren't of the greatest quality. Try and put a better brand, or use the MOGAMI cables, available HERE.

Have fun!

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You have a bad rca that tends to happen after time ... your gonna have to open up that table and un soder the old rca and replace with a new one. also check your ground cable
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