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Akai channel I'm having problems connecting my gramophone to an amplifier trough phono input (it's an akai ap-m600 gramophone and jvc amlifier). The only time I hear something is when i turn the amlifier to a maximum, but even then the sound is really low. What should I do?

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Since the protection circuit trips after 4-5 songs at high volume from LPs, it may be that the infra-sonic rumble common to phonographic recordings is driving your amp stages much harder than it sounds like they are driving. You can check this with watt meters for your speaker outputs, or by filtering such extremely low frequencies on the input. If you have an equalizer--especially an old one--it may have an infrasonic filter, or just cut the very lowest frequency available on the equalizer after running your phono pre-amp into the EQ and the EQ into your VCR2 input. This setup will verify if your problem is the infrasonic rumble, but I wouldn't use it as the solution. There are very quiet infrasonic filters available that would work better for the long term. And if you just cut the lowest EQ frequency out, you'll miss some good bass.

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SOURCE: Low volume from Akai turntable attached to Pioneer Surround Sound Receiver

If you receiver doesn't have phono inputs,you will need to buy an inline phono amplifier.Phono inputs have a built in amplifier,all others don't.Try Crutchfield.com.If they don't carry them,they will tell you who does.

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if your hooking up a phono input lead to a digital input lead it won't work analog and digital totally different setup. when you connect the leads up it just kills the input amp so there is no noise.

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