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I bought a NAD Digital Phono/USB Preamp PP3 from www.nad elecronics.com. Mainly to record from Vinyl Records to CD/Computer. I connected on the device the white and red plugs in MC, the sound is working, the turntable is turning, but no sound... Thanks in advance for your assistence.

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  • henk2 May 20, 2009

    I doubt it's the wires (though I am a layman in this field). Because the system worked some years ago. Can it really be a solution to plug the white plug in the red hole? Is there another vision on this problem? Thank you

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The output level of a phono cartridge will
vary greatly depending upon the cartridge's
design. It can vary from less than 0.2 millivolt
for low output moving coil cartridges to 5 millivolts
or more for moving magnet cartridges.
Lower outputs are often associated with
better cartridges where the designer has
used smaller coils and/or magnets to lower
the moving mass of the stylus/cantilever
assembly and, thus, improve the sound.
As a guess, the "5.0" in the model
designation of your old cartridge suggests it
had an output of 5 millivolts.
The new Grado has a lower output,
thus requiring you to turn up your volume
control to achieve a similar
output to your old cartridge.
This is not a problem unless you
cannot get sufficient volume or
if you get to much noise when
turning the volume
up to your preferred levels.
If that's the case, you will need to get new
electronics to handle the lower output
of the Grado.

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    Rohit Asthana May 20, 2009

    check this pdf..

    here you will find step to step

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Its the setting problem.the wires are not getting proper connection.remove the wires and interchage the wires to connect then to differecnt ports.connnect red to white and white to red.or get the set of new high density wires for this  as if the wires which you have low density thickness it does not provide required volt to the unit to produce sound. you will get the required wires at  www.radioshack.com or at  www.bestbuy.com
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