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Unless you have pics to show that there really is something wrong, have you considered your technique being the issue?
RCA for turntable to receiver. There should be an RCA cable with a ground wire that comes with the turntable. If not you'll need to get one. Hopefully your receiver has a phono input which supports a grounded RCA cable, if not you will probably get some nasty static. From there you need speaker cable to attach your speakers to the receiver.
From what I heard, your voice seems to miss a couple of notes. There's nothing wrong with the tone but again try to sing the notes to pitch. What I do to improve on this is to play a note on my guitar and try to sing it. Try doing that and see if both the notes on guitar and your voice match right away. If it takes you a second to get your voice to match then work on it.
Also work on transitioning from note to note, like sliding on a guitar. More specifically the "dead of night" part.
You have to adjust the spring tension. Unscrew the nut, put all the fine tuners at halfway, then tune and adjust tension as needed.
If you aren't even willing to do something as small as that, then maybe Floyd Rose isn't for you.
First re-tune it (set the fine tuners, unlock nut, retune, lock nut etc.)
Then whammy some. It'll probably all go sharp again. When it does, push the bard down and then release and see if it's not in tune again. If it is, then either you need to lube your knife edges, or they're dull, but it's probably not either of those.
Just loosen the springs a touch, it sounds like your bridge is just slightly off-balanced, and is going sharp because the springs are pulling a little to much.
Yes, but barely. After you do it a couple times you'll just be able to do it with ease.
This is important and not doing so can cause a lot of confusion. Trust us engineering students who are going through calculus and engineering courses; when it comes to large equations, or even small ones, clarity and proper grouping etc. will prevent a lot of needless problems.
(-2)^2 is not the same as -2^2
(-2)^2 is negative two squared
-2^2 more clearly written as -(2)^2 or -(2^2) is two squared times negative one
x^2 = (-2)^2 = 4
x^2 =/= -2^2