Question about Music Hall MMF-5 Turntable
For some reason I can barely get any volume from my Music Hall MMF-5 turntable. I'm running it with my Cambridge A300 Intergrated Amp. I have it connected correctly through the aux/phone connections, yet in order to barely hear anything I have to crank the amp all the way up.
Cambridge amps do not come fitted with the OPTIONAL phono preamp. At present you are plugging it into the AUX option hence why you get no/quiet rubbish sound. You can buy an external one or purchase the correct cambridge one to fit internally.
Posted on Nov 15, 2011
You will need to obtain a phono preamp to connect between the deck and the amplifier. I do not think this turntable is fitted with its own preamp - check the User Guide.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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