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    Hello, I am Using two AT-LP120 turntables with a Z2 mixer, now and then I will get a the header warning message something like 'low timecode quality' or 'low input'. it will cause the audio to jump forward and mainly decrease the audio quality, I have seen other threads but not many answers on a fix, could someone help me please ?

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    Are you getting a ground hum from the turntable? How does the timecode sound when fed direct?
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    I don't think so however I do get the 'ground hum' wanting message aswell, but tbh I'm not too sure what the ground hum sounds like so it may be there I just don't notice it! And what do you mean 'direct'?

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    It sounds like a low hum. Direct means just playing the timecode record as if it's a normal one, so you can hear the noise map.
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    Ah I see, what would be the fix for this? Normal one as in a real record? So switching from timecode mode to Live input ? I will check that in the morning and see how it sounds and let you know, thanks for help

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    Hello, just checked the noise map by listening to the timecode on live input mode and there is the high pitch noise from the timecode aswell as a lower pitch wave sound, (if you have ever put a shell up to your ear and it sounds like the beach) thats the only way I can describe it!

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    What about when the record isn't playing? any noise?
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    Not when the volume is at a a normal level, but when I turn the gain, volume on monitors and volume on mixer up there is an intense vibrating hum

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    Oh yeh also the high pitch timecode noise I can hear while playing tracks, not from the speakers though, only from the actual turntable

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    I meant with live input, but the record not playing.

    One thing I would try is to make sure all the cables are working properly and seated properly.
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