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I got a lot of people complaining about buzzing sounds, so here's a video that will show you how to fix that annoying noise.
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I got to use a stilly memo and say to have lots of bursting sounds coming through their speakers. Now, I am going to talk very briefly about the techniques SO 12000 turntable. Now there, let us say hypothetically turn the turntable put in there. First thing to make sure is always make sure you got your ground cable put in there for a moment, no turntable, this is just a separate lead. Let us just class this as this is the actual phone or lead going in from the turntable. First thing, logically, you make sure you got your ground cable put in to here, in the GRND. If you have not ground cable plugged in, that’s possibly why you are having a buzzing sound. If we take this here as the actual arm of the techniques trolled under turntable, the blue is the outside of the arm; orange, red, green and black are basically just the full, very thin cables that are inside that. That is what they area. Those cables do not at any time go into any electronics at all in that turntable. Basically what they do, they come out and then they go through into one phono plug which is there and the other phono plug which is there. That is how simple it is.
So basically, if you look at this now, they will just go straight through and in this cable, the always thick black stuff will disappear and you will just end up with two very, very thin cables at either sides. So, that is two for the left and two for the right. Now then, a lot of people had said that they have a lot of buzzing sounds, mow, the first thing to look for is to check. These four little points here are basically the points inside the actual tone on it. If you want a screw, you can and look inside that, you will see four tiny wiring circles, they are almost goldy color. So, imagine those and those four cables. If you look at your actual cartridge, you will see four little pins. Those four little pins fit on those four little pieces there.
The first thing to do is to make sure that that is clean. What I tend to do sometimes is I will rub the cartridge on my jeans just to make sure it is clean. The other one is perhaps below inside the actual tone. Don’t stop checking in that, just a gentle blow then replace the cartridge. Now then, a problem does happen over a period of time. Let us say we go back to these guys here now, these phono plugs. If you think about it over a period of time, if you are pulling this in an air continually, if I can move that like that, what happens sometimes is that this part here will start to pull and some of the cables may start lo get loose and break. So, what I recommend, and again, I am not telling you to do this, you need to possibly make further inquiries, this is what I have done in the past. The trouble is with this one, this is all sealed so you can’t reuse this.
What you can do, you can actually buy this from any sort of stores perhaps radio shock or a hi-fi shock, you can buy this separately. What I would tend to do is cut it about there. So you are removing all these area because there is a possibility that the cables have been pulled here and at some point, they will be fine like that, the more you bend it, it is going to get worst. So, I will cut it there and I would resolve another one there and do it likewise with the other one. If there anyone not working you might as well do the two. Otherwise, what you have is you have one like that and the other one like that. Best tool is to have the cable of the same size. If one side is buzzing, then you need to swap these around. If the other side then starts buzzing, if you have the white at the top, the red at the bottom and your left hand side is buzzing, then you turn the other way around and then the right hand side is buzzing, you will know, it is only the one cable. If the buzz keeps on, then there’s a good chance it is both of them. I hope that is being a help. Leave comments underneath any questions, give me a bell. Practice and enjoy. Thanks for watching.