Hi all, feel like this is getting a bit of a habit so apologies in advance. Just as I thought I'd cracked it, I am still having a lesser issue, that seems to make no sense. Audio seems clear, but when I touch the tonearm I get a crackle or ground hum. I have rewired 3 times, Tested resistance all is good. from the headshell to the phono connectors and earth. The earth hum is not noticeable with music on but touch the tonearm with volume right up thats another matter. The arm is not yet dampened but did not want to fill till I get this right. Deck does not fit my turntable stand so getting some slight reverb coming back up into the deck.
There are some links of audio and how it sounds and a diagram picture of how I wired it (of sorts) and video, if somebody would care to listen and perhaps give this newbie some grand advice
that would be brill. I did read somewhere that earthing from the mains in to the tonearm was a solution. So if someone could verify that as a workaround and best way of going about it, that would be super also.
Trying to stay positive as feel I am almost there, but do need some inspiration right now as out of ideas.
Video https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gPxvW ... E-1SsDOl1B
Audio (Audio and then quiet with me touching the tone arm)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1k5iG2 ... qxQMA01Czd
Picture (Shaky hands not got the Bob Ross touch )https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kRVtX ... 3msfczyz9S