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We have teh truntable properly connected to the computer but the computer isn't recognizing the turntable. The turntable turns, but we get no sound through the computer.

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Hi, first you have to take a pre amp phono, or a mixer for your phono....to amplified the signal coming from your vinyl...please check first..tnx

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