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Is there a way to plug a turntable into the ck - 1000? I was only able to get mono sound using a preamp.

I was only able to get mono/sound on the right speaker.

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  • sweetjellyro May 28, 2009

    I tried using a phono pre amp, but just got sound on the right side

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You might have to buy a phono pre amp , just plug the t/table into the p/amp and then plug the p/amp into your CK

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