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I have a JVC QLY-55F turntable. What is the best thing to use to polish the turntable base which seems to be a high gloss rosewood and the clear plastic dust cover?

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I connected a JVC component turntable to the CD input then tried the Aux input on a Yamaha RXV663 HD tuner and the audio volume in this 7.1 system was almost non existent. There was barely any base coming...


Yeah, phono a preamp.

"PHONO" is the only designated connection on an audio device that is literal and exclusive. Nothing but PHONO will work right on it and old-school turntables would require it to preamplify the tiny current produced by a Phono cartridge.

If your unit doesn't have a PHONO connection AND your TT doesn't have a self-contained preamp you will have to get a Phono Preamp to connect between the TT and any Line Level input, like Aux.

eBay always has some...
http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3984.m570.l1311&_nkw=phono+preamp&_sacat=See-All-Categories

Jul 25, 2011 | Audio & Video Receivers

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Where can I get free instructions on how to set up a JVC RX-450 FM/AM Computer Controlled Receiver so that I can print them out? Also I just want to hook this up to a CD player and to two large speakers to...


It's wierd that even the JVC site has nothing for this valid model.

It's not rocket science. Go here and look at the rear panel picture...

http://www.nrpavs.co.nz/archive_1_11/Sold_1_11_htm/JVCRX-450.htm


A CD player has at least an analog RCA output. Plug that into "CD", which is not literal. It could work for anything expect a turntable. Just don't use anything but a turntable on PHONO.

Speakers = plus to plus, minus to minus, using any available lamp cord-like wire. One speaker to each terminal pair.

Use the built-in EQ and volume control with restraint. DON"T do the rookie thing of raising the bass all the way or cranking the volume to '11'. Distortion will KILL the speakers and possibly the amp.


Jun 28, 2011 | JVC Audio & Video Receivers

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The speed is not right and also the 1 turntable slows down and stops


Time to replace the turntable drive belt.
You can find replacements on line (try Amazon or Ebay) search by make and model
You will need to access the underside of turntable to get at the drive mechanism. Often this means turning the whole thing upside down (make sure you secure the pick-up arm first) to unscrew the base. However some models have access holes under the rubber mat on the platter.

Feb 25, 2011 | Audio & Video Receivers

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Display shows an "Overload" error. Was working just fine up to now


Hi Mobius,

Two things cause the overload warning.
  • High Volume
  • A short in one of the speakers.
Click here to view a downloadable copy of the manual. Refer to page 38.

Best regards

Mike

Oct 27, 2009 | JVC RX-7010V Receiver

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I have this 20 year old JVC turntable and I'm not sure how to work it. I also have a 20 year old equalizer from AudioSource and I'm not so keen on exactly what it is and what it actually does. Please help...


the out or the output of your JVC turntable is going to input in the equalizer and the output of your equalizer is going to speaker then works fine try this....

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How to connect turntable Technics SL BD20 to marantz SR7000 amp



Most recievers should have Phono Jacks labled on the back. That is where my Turntable an (MCS made by Technics but was sold under the J. C. Penneys name) connects on my JVC. I have 2 JVC 's One is old (1972) and one is new. Both of them have Phono jacks. Phono stands for Phonograph. This is an old term for turntables. The jacks should accept RCA patch cords. Good luck.

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JVC turntable LA10


The trick is to lift up on the platter (tothat metal on metal feel that you had) while simtaneously "lightly" tapping on the top of the shaft with a hammer. Trust me it will work as just changed my belt.
Hope that helps.

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Low volume from Akai turntable attached to Pioneer Surround Sound Receiver


If you receiver doesn't have phono inputs,you will need to buy an inline phono amplifier.Phono inputs have a built in amplifier,all others don't.Try Crutchfield.com.If they don't carry them,they will tell you who does.

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