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Connecting a Technics SL-BD20D turntable to a Yamaha RX-V463 Rece

I just recently "upgraded" to a Yamaha RX-V463 receiver, and went to connect my Technics SL-BD20D turntable to it, but there isn't a 75 ohm connector on the back, as far as I can tell. I plan on connecting the RCA terminals to an AUX input in the back. Obviously I haven't yet, but I'm curious to know what the lacking 75 ohm connection will do. I need to record the aging LP's to CD.

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After further research, I learned that I need to plug the turntable into a preamp before plugging it into my newer receiver. As with cassettes, record players are fading away. I ordered a preamp, but won't be able to experience success until it arrives.

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