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Connected record player

I connected a record player to this receiver, but you cant hear it unless you turn it all the way up.  Do I need a signal booster or something?  Record player plays fine through old NAD receiver with a phono input.

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If this reciever dosen't a phono inpur you need a phono pre-amp you can get one on e-bay for about 15.00

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