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Yes since most phonographs dont have audio jacks and where invented before man your best option is connecting a guitar pickup or microphone to the microphone jack

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First I would connect the RCA's from the phonograph to the adapter and plug it into the mic and see how the sound is.
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Keep in mind that you do not use the ROLLs unit when connecting this way. If it's too loud or distorted, plug it into the line in.
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For recording, you can download Audacity which is free and a wonderful editing program.





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