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You need to buy a phono preamp to add in between the LP player and the music system. Can connect the LP player output to the phono preamp input and output of the preamp to the aux input of music system.
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Most amps / receivers that lack an input specifically labeled "Phono" will require a preamp for the low output that originates from turntables with modern, MAGNETIC cartridges. If your cartridge is a *much* older (1960 ~1985) CERAMIC type, it will not likely need a preamp as the output is greater than a magnetic type.
You should select an unused stereo (left & right) INPUT device such as "VID2" Connect the output of the preamp to these jacks and the turntable should be connected to the preamp input as per manufacturer's instructions.
Any preamp should work. A preamp goes into your system between the amp and the other components which plug into it- CD player, FM tuner, Turntable.....etc. It's takes their output signal, processes it as my be Volume, bass, treble... and then send a sufficient signal to the amp to drive the amp to power your speakers. As long as the preamp output is enough for your Amps input any will work as most will be.
If you are talking about a phono preamp, take the output rca cables from the turntable, "red and white" plug it into the preamp input, "labled" next take a red and white cable wire male ends, "3 to 6" feet long, and plug the one end in the output of the preamp, "labled" and finally plug the remainder into the AUX input of the Marantz receiver matching the colour codes so the left and right channels don't get mixed up, you now should be good to go.
Hi, your head unit has 6 RCA preamp outputs and 2 RCA sub-woofer preamp outputs. These outputs connect to amplifiers if you care to use them. You can read all the specs and download the users manual at the following URL: http://www.crutchfield.com/S-lAJZzNi4tYJ/p_020DXZ855/Clarion-ProAudio-DXZ855MP.html#details-tab
Like many newer receivers, this model doesn't have a phono input. I guess manufacturers think nobody listens to vinyl today. You can still hook a turntable to one of the extra audio inputs on this unit, but you'll need a phono preamp. The output level from the turntable is too low to drive a "line level" input directly, and the preamp boosts and equalizes the signal so it will work properly. Radio Shack still carries a preamp; you can order online or find it in some of their stores. Many other sources are available online, and if you have a good stereo shop in your area they probably stock one. Plug the turntable to the preamp input, connect the preamp output to the receiver and that's it. You'll also need an AC outlet nearby as the preamp needs power.
i) It is possible that one of the electrolytics has been put in with wrong polarity. Check in the faulty channel preamp. It may have caused the HT to collapse in that preamp section - look for burnt resistor.
ii) Also compare the corresponding voltage on the anodes of the preamp valves in the working & non-working channels. This will tell you which area is faulty.
I might need some clarification on your question and what you are needing this receiver to do . But let me take a shot at this. Your amp has a powered output via the speaker terminals and a preamp output via your record output rca jack or any other rca jacks label preamp out or preout. I is no switch to turn your power amp on while leaving your preamp on, but you can switch the speaker a and or b switch off if you like. If you are refering to a powered subwoofer set up you would connect this to your preamp subwoofer out jack then very the level with the subwoffers volume control. You might need more detail in your question if this is not what your looking for.