Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I got an Onkyo CP-1022A turntable for Christmas but when a record is played, there is no sound coming out of the two AV cables that come out the back of the turntable. I know that the record player itself works really good because when I listen to it really close, there is music but it is not being amplified out of the cables I hooked up to my sound system from the turntable output cables. Do I need to purchase a new integrated amplifier and replace the old one or is this just a wiring problem?Thanks
Turntables need a preamp due to their very low output compared to modern components. The link above is the one I use. Try connecting to your receiver's phono input if you have one, also try the aux input. If neither of those work, obtain a preamp and you will soon be scratching with the best of them.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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