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Where to plug in a turntable on SR5001

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Have you checked the "aux." plug in? but first check the amplifier unit for info.

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Amplifiers that you can plug turntables into have a special input for turntables. You can't just plug them into the same input that you would plug a CD player into or some other "AUX" source. Turntables have a different impedance. You will have to have to have one of those amplifiers and then use the "line out" connectors on the back of the amplifier to connect to your computer using the MIC jack on your computer. If you can record your voice on a CD using a microphone, then this should work.

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Keep in mind that the phono jacks are typically tuned to a much lower input voltage than CD jacks, because old turntables put out a much lower voltage. If you are using turntables manufactured pretty much anytime after the 80's, their output voltage will be higher than the phono (which is short for phonograph, which gives you an idea of the timeline of this connector) input voltage allows, so you'll get distortion. This is not indicative of a defect in the amp or the turntables, it's just a sign of the times - there are very few devices in existence today that you could possibly hook to a phono input without getting distortion.
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If it has RCA jacks (white and red jacks) coming from the unit it needs to be connected to the inputs of a stereo amplifier of receiver to produce sound. Most AM/FM receivers have inputs for phono in back. Just plug the cords into the inputs for phono and put your selection knob on your stereo to the phono setting.

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I have seen an adapter so that you can plug a turntable into an ordinary input I believe Radio Shack but that was along time ago try ebay

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if there is no phono input on your home theatre amp, plug the turntable into the auxillary sockets and not the sat/tv/cd input as it wont work properly in that socket. if after putting the turntable into the auxillary socket it is still too quiet then you should purchase a specially made small pre-amp booster amplifier designed for turntables to inprove the signal to noise ratio from a reputable hi-fi shop/dealer. good luck

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Just confirm that it is plugged into a PHONO input (designed for turntables) Cannot use AUX/TAPE etc type inputs. If not, you will need an RIAA preamp from local electronics/Audio store. If that is OK, then try replace stylus first and the cartridge (may be just easier to do both same time). No volume control in turntables and it can only be 3 things (generally) Input, stylus, cartridge

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hook the turntable "directly" up to the "phono" inputs. if it sounds normal this way, and not loud and distorted, then you have to plug the turntable up that way, directly to the reciever's phono input.

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take the tape record out jacks, and hook them up to the input of the eq, and take the tape play input jacks and hook them up to the output of the eq. then, to use toe eq, select whatever input you want eq'ed, while also selecting "tape monitor"

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