Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I think your SOL dude as those types went out a long time ago and were proprietary.
Posted on May 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: International Power
You have probably permanently damaged your turntable. The voltage supply in Germany is 220V AC, whereas in the US it is 110 V AC. It is just possible that all you have done is to blow a fuse in the unit, if no external fuse holders are visible then try opening up the case and looking for one near where the power cable enters the unit. If you have no luck with that then the transformer is almost certainly burnt out - this could be replaced but it is unlikely to be something you can do yourself. Please don't plug anything else that is designed for 110V into a European socket, regardless of being able to get an adaptor that will fit the socket - the voltage is different. It will almost certainly die as well and the possible risks of electric shock, fire etc. are quite significant. Hope this helps, if you want to try and get the unit repaired in Germany please ask again with details of your location and I will try and find you a reputable repair facility. If in doubt about which of your items can be plugged in in Europe then please ask as some can be switched to deal with the higher voltage, although not all. :)
Posted on Jun 25, 2007
None. The cables are already attached to the turntable. They are hard wired to the unit. The red & White cable. Just connect to the PHONO INPUT on your DJ MIXER, and connect the thin ground wire to the GROUND terminal on the mixer. That's it your ready to go.
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Posted on Dec 18, 2008
This sounds suspiciously like the wiring of the cartridge is wrong or something is shorted together. The cause should be visible.
Taking special care to NOT touch the stylus itself in this operation:
Turn the locking collar and remove the cartridge assembly in its shell from the tonearm.
Flip the assembly over and examine the four wires under a magnifying glass for disconnections, kinks, crimps, or metal-to-metal contact between any of them. They should each attach to a pin exiting straight out from the cartridge.
The wires are also color coded as are the terminals. If they're wrong you could have various sonic malfunctions.
Correcting miswires is delicate and I would recommend taking the turntable and stylus to a pro for that part.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: 1210 mk5g tone arm pin stuck
Hey raz, i've just taken apart and put back together my turn table trying to cure the same problem. I DIDN'T NEED TO!!!!
number 1) i think the tone arm is a sealed unit so far as i can gather so if the spring is broken you need a new tone arm. however. Get a cotton swab, soak in malt vinegar and use this to gently push the faulty contact in. The idea behind this is to get vinegar around the contact shaft. This should dislodge the dirt and release the contact.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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