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    Thanks for the video, because I see something different. You shouldn't get anything lighting up when the faders are down, if I'm not mistaken.

    There might be another sort of issue going on. If I may suggest something, please try to swap your TT cables around, and see if the problem stays on the same channel or if it moved to the other one. Double check the grounding too, because this seems unusual. Also maybe related to being a new purchase, but let's not get that far at this point.

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    Ok, as you suggested..
    https://vimeo.com/348018861


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    That's very unusual, I have never seen anything like this.

    So the mixer channel VU will light up regardless of the fader being down? Also I am wondering if your gain is pushed higher than 12 o clock.

    Regarding the tapping on the desk you could isolate the feet using tennis balls halves. Are your slipmats soft or hard?

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    Technics feedback issue

    Here is a photo of my settings and slip mat..



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    That's just weird, I wonder if anyone had anything similar, because I never seen that in my life before.

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    Technics feedback issue

    It gets better...
    https://vimeo.com/348055600


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    Weird issue. Has me thinking the laptop microphone is picking something up.
    bored, curious, deaf or just bad taste in music?
    finally a mix by me
    and what's this, another shoddy mix...another dull mix

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    Technics feedback issue

    I know there is no such thing as perfect equipment. This kind of stuff is so disappointing though. I had this same issue with my DJM 450 mixer as well. I love my Technics, and I love the feel of vinyl, but sometimes I think if I just bought a controller again, or some type of CDJ, I would be with less issues. These turntables have been somewhat of a problem from the beginning, and I do realize buying them used is a big gamble. I love my S9 mixer. I can say that for sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DJBSLYDE View Post
    It gets better ��
    https://vimeo.com/348055600
    That looks like a separate issue. My guess would be loose soldering on one of the boards in the mixer.
    If it's still under warranty I'd take it back to the store where you bought it & try to exchange the mixer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    Weird issue. Has me thinking the laptop microphone is picking something up.
    Hey hey, smart. That could be a potential problem. Windows95 also has a point, and I also thought about a (brand new?) mixer issue, but it's always best to rule out anything else before putting the finger on the mixer.

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