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My AKAI GX 636 records but can't hear anything on playback (had recorded tape play on another reel to reel) plus the VU needles don't move when you try to play a recorded or pre-recorded tape Trace ...

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Question about SL-1210MK5 Turntable

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deck itself faulty. Double check that the amp is working, amps have a pre-amp for record decks, they cause trouble a lot. If you touch the wires that connect to the cartridge, you should get a buzz on

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Question about PS-LX250H Turntable

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record as it spins, or if the amp is cranked. First check that the amp is working by putting your finger on the imputs at the back. You should get a buzz on each channel. Or disconect the wires to the

Question about T62 Turntable

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...anything. If you get a buzz on both channels. Then the cartridge is faulty. If you do not get a buzz on either channel then there is something wrong either inside the deck or the wiring to that

Question about T62 Turntable

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amp (phono plug or wire). (2) failed pre-amp inside the record deck itself. (3) failed pre-amp in the main amp. (this would not affect any other settings in the amp so tape decks will play normal etc)

record deck mo del of amp is m-a100 control is c-v150 what i need to know is it the amp or controler / with thanks colin This sounds like an earth loop, try discounting the earth in the record deck 13

...record deck uses a separate pre-amp on your amp it won't affect the other functions. You can confirm that it's gone by removing the wires from the cartridge. With the amp on and deck still connected ...

record play but it does not transfer to the speakers. New needle makes no difference Remove the 4 wires to the cartridge. With the system on. Put your finger on each of the wires separately. On two of

...record deck suddenly went very faint. The cd and radio sections are fine. I have tried a new stylus, but no difference. Any ideas? You have two options. First a faulty cartridge. Or a faulty pre-amp ...

...buzz on the left. There is something wrong with either the connections between the deck, or the pre-amp of the amplifier. This will not effect any other function on the amp such as tape or cd. If you ...

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