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Sony ps lx2 volume problem

I recently acquired a sony ps lx2 turntable. I have no problems playingrecords, but it seems that every set of speakers I've plugged theplayer into, the volume is extremely low (almost inaudible) so you haveto have your ear right up next to the speaker in order to hear anymusic, even with the volume on the speaker is turned all the way up.How can I remedy this problem?

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