Cartridge alignment question/problem


I have noticed on a couple of turntables, a few different arms and cartridges the following phenomena...during quiet portions of the recording (either during transition between tracks of transition from quiet to loud) that I can hear faintly in the background a "preview" of what the record will play on the next revolution. Basically I think what is happening is that the cartridge is somehow detecting the grooves in the next innermost rotation. I suspect that I have some sort of alignment problem but am not so sure given the fact that I heard this on various setups of mine...which of course could mean that I have been consistently wrong. I have used jigs and protractors etc on each.

Any thoughts from the learned on what could be causing this?

Thanks

Brock
tirebiter
I hear this on a few "newer " albums....but didnt think anything of it.
I think what you are hearing is "print through" from the master tape.  According to Wikipedia " Print-through is a category of noise caused by contact transfer of signal patterns from one layer of tape to another."
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Print-through). If so your cartridge is in the clear, and there is nothing you can do about it. 
What you are hearing is known as "print through" or "pre-echo" and is endemic to analog recording. Some of it is in the original tape (hence the name print through) often heard as a full echo of all frequencies, and other sources can be from the way the grooves are cut -- see
http://www.pressingvinyl.co.uk/index.php/2015/03/causes-pre-echo-groove-echo/

No amount of setup adjustment will make it go away as it is part of the record
It can be a sign of a bad mastering of a recording. If the spacing on the cutting lathe was too tight, the cut extends too close to the previous groove.  Just recently heard this on an Atlantic recording of Milt Jackson and John Coltrane. Always disappointing.  
@folkfreak 

What you are hearing is known as "print through" or "pre-echo" and is endemic to analog recording. Some of it is in the original tape (hence the name print through) often heard as a full echo of all frequencies, and other sources can be from the way the grooves are cut -- see
http://www.pressingvinyl.co.uk/index.php/2015/03/causes-pre-echo-groove-echo/
Thanks for the link, very interesting! 
I've noticed this long time ago, especially in the headphones. 

Yes thank you all for the information and link. It all makes sense to me and now that I know, I won't fret any longer about it....

Brock