Question about Numark Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: Numark TTX tonearm base repair
Unfortunately, the only way to access the tonearm is through the bottom. It's not that difficult, but you should be very careful when placing your turntable upside down to remove the base.
Hope this helps some.
Digital Analog Therapy
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
The issue is with your tonearm, and not your tracking. You probably have slight damage to the tonearm bearings, which will cause this. There are 2 options... you can try to adjust the pivoting screw at the top of the tonearm ... However, WE DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS, because once you mess with this screw, it's EXTREMELY difficult to get it back to the correct setting, as this screw is machine calibrated at the factory. So, we only recommend this when you have no other choice, or it's an emergency (the middle of a set).
You can view a video on how to do this, by going here - http://djprolab.com
Eventually, your going to have to have your Technics Tonearm replaced. This should be done by a professional, as it is not an easy replacement.
The Technics Expert
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Most good turntables will track with weights between 1.25 and 1.5 grams. Any more than that and you are putting alot of pressure on the needle. Experiment a bit and make sure that the needle tracks well and that the sound is good. The less weight you use, the longer the needle will last and the less wear on the record.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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