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The plugs have become loose with age. Either open the back panel of the turntable and solder a new cable or crimp their heads a little with a pair of pliers.

Gemini SA-600 II... | Answered on Aug 12, 2010


No just the cartridge perhaps! First disconect the wires to the cartridge. With the amp on. Touch the end of the wires one at a time (don't worry you won't get a shock). On two of the wires you should hear a hum on each channel (one for left one for right). The left channel should hum. If it doesn't it's not the cartridge, but either a faulty lead or the left phono pre-amp is faulty on your amp. Test the amp by putting the right in the left channel.
If the left hums the cartridge is faulty.

Gemini SA-600 II... | Answered on Jul 24, 2010


HELLO

Make sure you have the deck set up correctly! Check the headshell - is the cartridge out of alignment or is the stylus worn?

Also, it may be that the counterweight is set too lightly for the cartridge and check the anti-skate control as well (example if the arm is tracking at 2 grams, anti-skate must be set at 2).

Follow these instructions for setting the counter balance:

Turn the weight so that the arm is just floating then set the balance ring (with the numbers on) you will see there is a line. Turn the ring not the weight to the ZERO mark where the line is on the top of the arm. Now turn the weight and ring together where it moves forward down the arm and set it at about 2 grams.

Now set the arm using the height adjustment that is the ring fitted to armboard and make sure the arm is straight (if not, the stylus will mistrack). Now try the deck again. You might have to make adjustments to the tracking weight again so whatever you have it set to, set the anti-skate to the same!

Good luck with it (:-)

Gemini SA-600 II... | Answered on Nov 15, 2009


Contact this company, tell them the make of your turntable and the model.

Note; take out the <remove> from the link?



service<remove>@turntableneedles.com

Gemini SA-600 II... | Answered on Oct 20, 2009


any electrical whole salers try (rs components)

Gemini SA-600 II... | Answered on Aug 06, 2009


Much depends on the noise and where it is originating. The deck doesn't seem well thought of and it is unlikely the manufacturer has a spare parts service - unless you have the skills needed to locate and rectify the "noise", which could be electrical, electronic or mechanical, and otherwise restore the deck it would seem advisable to replace it.

Gemini Audio... | Answered on Jul 16, 2018

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