Question about Numark TT1520 Turntable
Typically in about 95% of cases you will have to amplify your signal coming out of your mixer, befor going to your speakers. The line voltage that comes out is too weak to be heard unless amplified. When you purchase your amp, let the m know what the ohm rating is of your speakers,... this can be found on the back of the speaker, and will usually be 4 or 8 ohms(sometimes 2 or 16 but not too often).
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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