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The line out of a tape deck is about 1 volt peak, the output of a turntable is about 3-5mV on average.
Not sure what issue you are having but the turntable cannot be directly plugged into the cassette deck for recording LP to cassette. it would have to go through the receiver.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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if there is no phono input,you need a pre amp to drive it.the record player puts out 5 mv from the cartridge.
a cd player is 800 mv to one volt output.
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If you have an old traditional receiver with a Phono section hanging around you could rig something up between it and your JVC.

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If you mean Moving Magnet vs Moving Coil, they are different.

MM is the higher output of the two types so most Phono Preamps can deal with them.

Not knowing the specific receiver model, a direct answer to your second query is not possible. I would guess - YES.

"Since the coils are much smaller than those in the MM cartridge, the MC cartridge generates a much smaller signal."

see this great article where that originates...

http://forum.ecoustics.com/bbs/messages/1/165349.html

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