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Turntable Lenco L3806 cant connect to my Aiwa NSX5909 (8yrs old) as there are no AUX/Tape sockets at the back. Have tried all others (Video/AUX-MD-LineOut) but still no sounds ....... Turntable is supposed to have pre-amplyfier included????? any suggestions please?

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  • juliefield20 Jan 26, 2009

    Yes I have looked and theres no switch. User guide just states pre-amp fitted. Have tried contacting Lenco direct but they havent replied so thats not good business from a big company!

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Have you read your user guide? Most decks have a switch underneath that switches the preamp on or off.

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