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Replacment Ground Cable for Turntable / Tune-Up, [moved from Audio Hardware]
mccarthyk
post Jan 13 2013, 10:38
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I recently purchased a Technics turntable on eBay. It is in working condition and sounds really good, but the stock cables are really old and feel like they are going to just fall apart.

I was wondering - for the ground wire - if it matters what awg wire I use. I think the one that is on the player now is about 24awg or so. Should I replace it with the same awg wire, or is it ok if I use some 14awg wire I have laying around.
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rgtb
post Jan 13 2013, 12:43
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I don't know the answer to your question. Just wanted to point out that the original replacement ground wire from Panasonic (part no. SFEL028-01E) is not expensive. It costs around USD 4.
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