Question about Teac AG-V1050 Receiver
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.
Hi, i think theres is no problem in your situation, first
1ST TURNTABLE---->2ND PHONO PRE AMP-----
>3RD YAMAHA HTR RECEIVER (AUDIO L&R) PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK. U
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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