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Want to connect to older turntable. Does it have to plug into electrical outlet?

Model:da 2012-7.1 I want to hook this loudspeaker to an older turntable. The loudspeaker has two brass jacks in the back (-) & (+). Does it have to plug into an electrical outlet? How do I connect it to my turntable? What types of cables do I need?

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