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How do I play my vinyl through my pioneer vsx-527

Tried record deck phono leads into av but no output

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You need to purchase a phono preamp (about $20) and then the output of the preamp can be connected to any line level input on the receiver (tape, CD, DVD etc.)

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It should be a push pull. The fact that you have negative voltage almost certainly means push pull. One side will be constructed using NPN transistors ran off the positive DC rail and the other side will be constructed using PNP transistors ran off the negative rail. I don't know the age of your amp but I know pioneer now uses integrated amp modules instead of discrete transistors.

http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/82968/SANYO/STK412-020.html

example of integrated amp module (sorry for the chinese)

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