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Is my txsr605 compatible with a dxrd511

Will my receiver work with this cd recorder?

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Yes it will. Connect it using the ins and outs of one of the "Tape" inputs and it should work very well.

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For recording, make sure to use special audio discs only.
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Compatibility


yes here is the manual for it.
http://63.148.251.135/redirect_service.cfm?type=own_manuals&file=SKW204_En.pdf

now you will see this picture on page 5
768816d.jpg now where it says 6 this is your line input. Now you will plug in a subwoofer cable to this and on back of your receiver to the subwoofer output. and you now must enable the subwoofer option in the setup menu of receiver i think it would be under speaker configuration.


so the answer is yes it would.

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Want to connect the cd player to a turntable in place of a receiver


Right, so you have a turntable, which I assume was working fine before? It must have been connected to an amplifier or receiver. Keep this connection between your record deck & amp/receiver AS IT IS.

You want to make CDs from your vinyl? The best way to do this is to use the amp/receiver's tape/md/record loop. This "loop" sends the signal you are listening to from the amp to your CD recorder, and also allows you to switch to "tape" to monitor your recording during, or after recording, without deselecting your turntable (which would leave gaps in your recording). I will try to give you some useful information, but it all depends on your equipment & sockets, so if you're still lost after trying this, please let me know the make & model of your amp/receiver so I can check its functionality & give you some more helpful advice.

Your CD recorder has 2 pairs of phono (riaa) sockets, one to receive sound (input) and one to send sound (output) to & from your amp/receiver. You should connect the CD recorder's input (or record in) to the tape out (or record out) on the amp/receiver. And you should connect the CD recorder's output to the amp/receiver's tape in. Set your amp/receiver to phono (or however you usually have it set to listen to your turntable, and you should be set to record. When starting recording, I recommend that you use a CD-RW (a re-writable disc) so you can have a play around & get a good recording level that doesn't distort without wasting any discs.

Some amps/receivers don't have tape/md/record loops, in this case things can be a little more complicated & you might need to add a junction/switching box in order for it to work. I can help you with this too.

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