Question about Crosley Cr704 Turntable Am/fm Radio Record Player CD Mp3 New Spare Np

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Shaky sounding records

Just received my Cr704 for Christmas. Records sound shaky when I play them. Is there anything I can do to fix this?

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  • freddyfox Dec 27, 2013

    Hi Grant Aaron, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    Do all the records you play have the same unwanted "shaky" sound. could you elaborate on "shaky" please.

  • Grant Aaron
    Grant Aaron Dec 28, 2013

    The music sounds "ringy" or "vibrate-y", as if every vocalist is a sheep. It'

  • Grant Aaron
    Grant Aaron Dec 28, 2013

    s almost like the record is dragging, or not quite turning fast enough.

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Some things to check:-
Is anything preventing the turntable from rotating smoothly, this would cause a judder.
Perhaps the records are sliding on the turntable, a rubber mat will cure this.
Ensure the record player is on a level surface.

Posted on Dec 27, 2013

Testimonial: "I placed a rubber mat from an old turntable under the record and it's having the same problem. I have placed the machine on several different surfaces and experienced the same problem."

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  • freddyfox Dec 28, 2013

    From what you describe it does sound like a speed issue with the turntable.

  • freddyfox Dec 28, 2013

    I meant to add, have you checked that the stylus is seated correctly and there is no dirt on the tip. I assume that other functions like the CD etc sound OK?

  • freddyfox Dec 28, 2013

    Can you try switching the turntable speed controll back and forth between 45 and 33 1/3 a few times, it may just seat the belt drive a little better, worth a try.

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