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Topic: Pioneer PL-990 - Noise Suppressor (Read 2948 times) previous topic - next topic
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Re: Pioneer PL-990 - Noise Suppressor

Reply #1
I'd be shocked if the turntable is doing that...  Have you connected the turntable to your stereo (without a computer) to check it?

If your using Windows, make sure your Audio 'Enhancements' are turned off.

Re: Pioneer PL-990 - Noise Suppressor

Reply #2
I'd be shocked if the turntable is doing that...  Have you connected the turntable to your stereo (without a computer) to check it?

If your using Windows, make sure your Audio 'Enhancements' are turned off.
Yes, I already tried connecting to my receiver and it does too

Re: Pioneer PL-990 - Noise Suppressor

Reply #3
In that case I'd say it's defective (although that's a very unusual defect).    As far as I can tell, there is no way to bypass the internal phono preamp (without modifying the turntable) so an external preamp wouldn't help.

Knowzy.com has lots of turntable reviews & recommendations (mostly geared toward digitizing vinyl) if you want to return it and try something else.


P.S.
Did you try a different record?    ...It's not "dead silent" so maybe there's something "funny" about the record.

 

Re: Pioneer PL-990 - Noise Suppressor

Reply #4
Nevermind, fix'd. The stylus was badly placed!

 
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