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Pioneer pl 200 , no sound well real quiet

I got a pioneer pl 200 but the speaker wires were chopped off bout 20cm from the player i tryed soldering new wires on and av plugs to plug into auxilary of my stereo ,

the sound is very quiet and you hear it better by putting your up to the needle.

any ideas will be greatful.

also there is a 3rd wire in between the 2 speaker wires on original tryed earthing but no luck .

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  • skidyup Nov 17, 2008

    hay man thanks for anwering



    the stereo does not have a phono input just 2 plug auxiliary which i plugged it into , same place i plug my ipod in .



    i tried grounding the small middle wire which stopped the quiet hum but no difference to the sound

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The third wire is a ground wire I think. You are running the ttb through a phono input and not through a line level input on your system right?

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