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How can I connect my old style turntable to a sony str dh540
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately, a turntable runs on a different frequency, and if there is no button at the back of your receiver to change the frequency setting on that channel, it wont give you any sound. the best bet is to go to your music store and purchase a small DJ mixer. connect that to your receiver, and run the turntable through your mixer. the mixer will have the neccesary flip switches and "ground" connections
Posted on May 06, 2009
i have the same problem with my pioneer pl 510 .My technics is solid no microphonic noise when i touch the table ..yes both are grounded .. also when the bass is turned up i get this horble low end feed back ...nothing with my technics TT so its not an isolation thing or it being too close to the speakers .what is the problem ?? anyone with experience in older TT's might be able to help .As far as putting foam under the turntable that is complete ******** sorry .I know what this guy is talking about .
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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