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No sound from speakers when turntable playing records

All connections checked properly and the cassette deck, the cd player and the radio, from unit aiwa Z-L500 all play perfect through the speaker system.When you play a record you can hear it inside the unit but not the speakers.Also the equalizer switch under turntable mat is in on position and red and white cables from turntable to equalizer are correct.

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Your turntable probably doesn't have a phono input. Perhaps you are using an aux or tape input. If that's the case, low sound and poor sounding music will result. You will need an external preamp that will raise the output level to that of a line level, and set the parameters for the equalization(RIAA) to give you the correct sound for a turntable. These preamps are sold most anywhere....try Radio Shack.

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Hi,, please check your RCA cable...or replace it possible...

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