Hi David - as previously stated, the Technics deck is noted for its good bass quality and extension. If you are certain that the deck is on a level surface and the arm is properly setup (especially tracking weight), then you may need to look at your phono/preamp settings. The AT is an MM cartridge so it will need to be connected to a phono input offering 47k load impedance. Can you verify that?
Last edited by MartinT; 12-04-2012 at 12:00.
Turntable: Technics SL-1210, Dynavector DV507-II arm, Shelter 5000 cartridge, Paul Hynes SR7EHD-27 external, TDR-21 secondary & S1709v4LN/Z1705LN tertiary regs, MN bearing, baseplate & ETP platter, Isonoe feet, Ebony armboard, Stillpoints LPI weight, Choir-Hashimoto SUT-H7 step-up; Phono Preamp: Whest PS.30R; SACD Player: Ayre C-5xe MP; Preamp: Pass Labs XP-20; Power Amp: Chord SPM-1200E; Speakers: Usher Dancer Be-20; Power Regenerator: PS Audio Power Plant P10; Room Treatment: ASC TubeTraps, SubTrap, PicturePanels; Cables: Yannis 423.5 Phono-Litz, 223.5 Connect-Litz & 223.5 Connect-Litz XLR interconnects, Tellurium Q Ultra Black speaker cables, MCRU Ultimate HC, Ultimate and No.9 power cables; System Rack: Solid Tech Radius Duo 3; RCM: Clearaudio Smart Matrix.
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