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Plugged in my old jvc turntable and i can't hear sound coming from the speakers. Any idea what is wrong?


!0 Try if you can and play a record on another amplifier Those were "HiFi" players and the output from the cartridge is max 5/1000 volts which is tiny for aux inputs so you will have to use a pre- amplifier to boost this miniscule output to "Line" levels. Check yourbstilus when was it last replaced?

Aug 20, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How do I connect and hear a technics SLB210 turntable to a DV250 sound system


The signal output from the turntable is very low and needs a special input which most modern sound systems no longer have.
You will need to connect your turntable to a preamplifier.
The output from this preamplifier then goes to the auxiliary input ("AUX") of your sound system.
A good starting page to look around for a turntable preamplifier is here:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/richpub/syltguides/fullview/21PCGJR9SBLQP
Good luck!

May 10, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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JVC auto return turntABLE - mODEL al-a95bk


when you said "no sound enough to enjoy listening" did you mean that you could hear something coming thru the speakers, but it isn't loud enough? if so, you may be plugging the turntable into a "ceramic" phono input on your stereo. it may be that your stereo doesn't have a pre-amplifier on the phono inputs. Ceramic tonearm cartridges (the part that holds the stylus - which you may call the needle) have enough output level to drive an amplifier. if your cartridge is magnetic, the output is very low compared o the ceramic. the trade off is that magnetic cartridges have a much wider dynamic range than the ceramic, and when properly pre-amplified, sound MUCH better than a ceramic unit. you can probably find a separate pre-amp at radio shack (i know they sold them several years ago). you plug the turntable into the inputs of the pre-amp, then plug the pre-amps output into your stereo. hope this helps.

Dec 19, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I have a Technics Double Cassette Deck RS-TR212. On the rear it has Output and Input connections. Output goes off to the Amplifier. Can the Input be used to record or play from a record Turntable? I have...


your receiver has (or should have) input and output connections,, your turntable needs to be hooked to the receiver,, then with the output cables that feed your cassette player you need to go, in to out and out to in ( receiver output to the input of the tape player, and out of the tape player to the in on the receiver, while playing a record if you hit record on the tape player it will record the record, depending on the receiver it will show you the meter readings for either the in or out,, they vary

Apr 11, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Have a stanton STR8 60 turntable that I forgot about. Hooking up it only has one output. Where do you put it?


turntables have very low output signal need a phono input to amplify it more than cd,cass. if has mono output use rca conn 2 to 1

Jun 10, 2010 | Stanton STR8-60 Turntable

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I have a Pioneer PL-S50 turntable that I want to connect


hi you need a Phono Input Attenuator Line Adapter
the above link is for one on ebay but they are also available through radio shack



Jan 06, 2010 | Denon AVR-689 Receiver

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How do I hook up a turntable


You may have two possibilities depending on the configuration of the turntable.
Your Denon should have inputs marked for 'Aux,' 'Line' and possibly, if it is built with the expectation of use with a turntable, 'Mag' or 'Magnetic.'
Your turntable may have a 'Line' output or only a shielded cable carrying a very small voltage from the magnetic head. I assume the pickup is magnetic and not crystal which has a much higher output level but also a higher impedance that requires a matching input.
You should have any of the above outputs in pairs and if the color coding conforms to current standards, there should be in- and outputs marked with red (right channel) and white (left channel).
I would first try connecting the turntable's leads to the 'Line' input since most later turntables have a small amplifier circuit built in that will take the signal from the pickup, amplify it, and match it to the levels and impedance of the line input on the Denon.
There isn't any danger of making a fatal mistake and you should hear right away if there is excessive distortion or a loudness even when the level is set to a low setting; this implies that the output from the turntable is higher than that input wants to see.

Oct 03, 2009 | Denon AVR-1907 Receiver

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I lost Audio output Device No audio output when using turntable. Can hear sound with headphone, can hear sound when hooked directly to speaker. Can not get sound out of audio output. Plugged RCA cables...


turntable needs high sensitivity preamp. the output level is so low that it has to be amplified more. usual inputs of turntable are phono input. needs a high sensitive input to handle.hope this help.

Aug 08, 2008 | Kenwood KR-V7080 Receiver

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Installation of a Technics Turntable


isnt the black wire the ground/earth wire??

Nov 29, 2007 | Technics SL-BD22 Turntable

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