Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Using a Sherwood RX 4105 for a receiver
Firstly does the receiver have a magnetic cartridge pre-amp built in? It will have to have a dedicated "phono" socket for this. If it hasn't you need to get one.
The only other cause is a faulty cartidge. You can test this by removing the wires to the cartridge. By touching with your finger each wire, amp on of course, you should hear a loud buzz on two of them one for each channel. If you don't hear any buzz or it's still weak, even if the receiver has a pre-amp, then either the cables to the amp are faulty or the pre-amp in the amp is.
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a phono stage (phono amp) between the turntable and receiver to boost the lower signal from the turntable. If your receiver has phono inputs, use those as there will be a built-in phono stage.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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