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  1. Hi guys, in the last days I've been experienced a static shock when i touch the headshell. I've got an Audio-Technica Lp-120x and a cartridge at95e. Let's suppose side A finishes and I wanna play side B, when I touch the headshell I receive a static shock. The turntable is connected straight to the speakers so ground connection is not needed. I think it's because the climate is becoming dry here but not sure if that could damage the cartridge or something else. It's anoying What do you think? Thanks!
  2. thanks. Do you think Edifier R1280t is a good and affordable option?
  3. Thanks all! I've got a better idea about this now.
  4. Hi guys, I'm looking for some advices. I've got an Audio-Technica LP120X. It is connected to the speakers which means I'm using the preamp built-in. Now I wanna go one step further and improve the sound quality. I'm looking for an affordable preamp and think Cambridge Audio CP1 is a good start. My question is about the amplifier. Do I need it? I have Edifier R1000T4 speakers. So I'm not sure if an amplifier is really needed when active speakers are used. So basically I want this -> turntable -> preamp -> (active) speakers . No amplifier in the middle. I'm not too familiar with this kind of thinks, i'm a beginner. Thanks all!
  5. Hi all, I've been testing the speed of my turntable Audio Technica LP120x using a phone app. When the pitch slide control is in the middle I get 33.26 RPM instead of 33.33. Is that normal? Is it happening to anyone else? Thanks!!!
  6. Hi All, My Audio-Technica 120x is connected to the speakers Edifier R1000T4 (no preamp or receiver in the middle). So far I don't listen any "hum". The speakers don't have ground terminal but the turntable does. My questions are: 1 - Should I use Line or Phono switch? 1 - is ground connection needed in this case? 2 - if so, how can I do that since the speakers don't have terminal ground? Thanks!!
  7. Hi, thanks for replying my question. Let me explain it better: 1 - I connected my speakers to the turntable 2 - I turned ON turntable 3 - I attached the headshell with the cartridge by inserting it into tone arm socket (with the turntable ON) 4 - I listened "crack" noise through the speakers My question is: since the turntable was ON is that possible that something was damaged when I attached the cartridge? Like a wire into the tonearm or turntable or something like that? Thanks!!!
  8. Hi all. Few days ago I bought audio Technica LP120X. Accidentally I turned on the turntable before plugging in the cartridge and when I plugged in I listen a noise on the speakers like “click”. I tested it and it sounds good to me but I’m still worried about something was damage, like a wire inside tonearm or even in the cartridge. As I said before I don't notice anything weird. Is that possible that something has been damage? How can I test it in a properly way? Thanks !
  9. Hi all. Few days ago I bought audio Technica LP120X. Accidentally I turned on the turntable before plugging in the cartridge and when I plugged in I listen a noise on the speakers like “click”. I tested it and it sounds good to me but I’m still worried about something was damage, like a wire inside tonearm or even in the cartridge. As I said before I don't notice anything weird. Is that possible that something has been damage? How can I test it in a properly way? Thanks !
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