Lenco courtesy of Noly Dy (TAS)

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Re: Lenco courtesy of Noly Dy (TAS)

Postby sweetsound » Thu Mar 21, 2013 2:29 pm

Jon Agner wrote:if you hear the hiss between cuts, when the needle is engaged onto the vinyl, or that you are playing with a not so clean or worn out vinyl, this should not casue you any alarm as this is normal.

Hiss and Hum sounds are different. Hum can be casued by improper grounding, loose contacts, motor/plinth/platter vibrations et al. BenC's suggestion is one solution you can work on. One remedy I normally do is to use jumper wires with alligator clips and terminate all vibrating/moving parts into one common ground (normally, the amp's chassis) It may be an eye sore but at least this will help you to find the source of the hum.

HTH.

tnxs sir
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Re: Lenco courtesy of Noly Dy (TAS)

Postby BenC » Thu Mar 21, 2013 5:50 pm

Hi,
Just replace all (3) tubes and have a listen! ;)
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Re: Lenco courtesy of Noly Dy (TAS)

Postby TheAnalogSource » Thu Mar 21, 2013 5:55 pm

thanks to your video Jerry....i think i'll be building another one soon ;) :$
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