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New receiver, now no sound from turntable

We have a 1970 vintage Garrard turntable (Synchro-Lab 72B) which worked fine with our old receiver. We had to replace the receiver and have a Yamaha HTR-5830 AV receiver. We realize it's not high end. Our old one was Scott. However, we were told we just needed a pre-amp and it would work. We have tried three and no luck. We really want this to work. IF we need a pre-amp, which one, where and what are the specs we need. The ones we tried don't even tell you the range or whatever. Getting kind of confused over this. Don't want to just dumpt the turntable. We have an extensive record collection.
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Marilyn Deininger

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  • lderouin May 11, 2010

    What do you mean range or whatever.....

    Most ALL pre-amps conform to RIAA Equalization required to play records.

    The pre-amp goes btwn the outputs of the TT and the INPUT's of the Rec. It should have a MC-MM switch or HI-LOW switch.



    Plug the TT into the input of the preamp, and the outputs of the preamp into the "AUX", "CD", "TAPE IN" or "TAPE PLAY" Inputs.



    Put a record on and set up as necessary. Depending on how loud or Not loud you will have to adjust the switch.



    If no sound, check for dirty contacts on the Turntable, (there should be a connector plate underneath). Clean them all with De-Oxit. Also double check the stylus to make sure it's good, connections on the cartridge are tight.



    Find a neighbor with a separates set up and enlist him to help.



    Larry

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Hi, i think theres is no problem in your situation, first 
1ST TURNTABLE---->2ND PHONO PRE AMP-----
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