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How do I attach a SLB technics record deck to a technics DV250 stereo system

They were purchased separately. I have plugged them together but I have no sound.

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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.

Posted on May 11, 2014

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