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

I have a technics SC-DV280/SC-DV250 sound system and a SLB210 record deck. Can you help me connect the two together so I can listen to my albums

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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!

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did you buy your system in adifferent region and moved with it to another? I heared something like some DVD players are region-locked. I could be wrong but google about region-lock... try this among others: http://dvd-player-software-review.toptenreviews.com/what-is-dvd-region-lock.html


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you have to get a pre amp that will boost the 5mv phono signal to 300 millivolts to drive the aux inputs.
it also has to have RIAA equalization,as all albums have a -60db curve 1khz and down to reduce the stylus travel of the record groove.
without the equalization,the grooves would have a 4" modulation.
if you amplify the record player signal flat gain,it will have no bass at all,just the way it was recorded. radio shack used to sell a 9v powered unit back in the eighties,see if you can find one.
most new stereos do not have a phono input.

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there is not much to wiring them up, on back is ports for each speaker left right centre back bass or what ever. just make sure you put black to black and red to red or how ever it is layed out.

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If you plugged it into the aux or vcr input and have no sound, you probably need a phono amplifier first. Signals from turntable are very low in comparison to other sources and need to be boosted up to normal levels first.

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Have a look on the back input panel of the sc-dv290. Check for a "PHONO" input. If there is no phono input it will not play turntable. If there is: then plug it the turntable in and switch the SC-DV290 to PHONO mode.
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Hello, is there any sites were i could download the guide to wiring u my speakers, for my technics sc-dv280/sc-dv250 thanx


there is not much to wiring them up, on back is ports for each speaker left right centre back bass or what ever. just make sure you put black to black and red to red or how ever it is layed out.

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How can i connect a record player to my stereo.


you have to get a pre amp that will boost the 5mv phono signal to 300 millivolts to drive the aux inputs.
it also has to have RIAA equalization,as all albums have a -60db curve 1khz and down to reduce the stylus travel of the record groove.
without the equalization,the grooves would have a 4" modulation.
if you amplify the record player signal flat gain,it will have no bass at all,just the way it was recorded. radio shack used to sell a 9v powered unit back in the eighties,see if you can find one.
most new stereos do not have a phono input.

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did you buy your system in adifferent region and moved with it to another? I heared something like some DVD players are region-locked. I could be wrong but google about region-lock... try this among others: http://dvd-player-software-review.toptenreviews.com/what-is-dvd-region-lock.html


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