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Does not have RCA out.

I am wondering if it is possible to add RCA out to the record player instead of using internal speakers.

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Does it have a headphone socket? If it does you can use one of these leads:

All you need to do is keep the volume low so it doesn't overload the amp you connect it to!does not have RCA out. - 1_6_2013_6_59_09_pm.jpg

Posted on Jan 06, 2013

  • Matt Jan 07, 2013

    no headphone jack sadly

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