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Wiring for sound to vintage Panasonic RS-8175

My vintage speakers (Sanyo SXF 1113) and the vintage Panasonic Receiver RS-8175 are working wonderful with AM/FM...however, I am not getting any sound to my turntable as it spins.

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  • Tom Chichester Nov 10, 2012

    You are not getting any sound input from the turntable?

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Any luck with checking antenna connections? I have a service manual if you need it. Tuner section in this old girl predates the LM7001. Uses ha1137-38 chips, bit more complex to repair.

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I think what you are looking at is referred to as a banana plug connector. You do not need to buy these connectors to make this work. If you unscrew the plastic connector out far enough, a hole from the side opens up so you can put your copper conductor through and tighten the plastic peice down. The banana plug is probably better for easy connection but using this method is just as good.

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do you have in connected to a phono input? be sure you haven't connected it to another input..........turntables are low-level (20ma) output, cannoit drive high-level input (200ma).........good success, meder's tv service

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