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I cant get sound from my turntable. How do you hook it up?

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As long as you can hear the record playing in the groove of a record, by ear, then the problem is that the connection to your computer is wrong. Since this is a USB turntable it will have to plug into a USB port. So you need to check that you have connected to the right type of USB port. That the port is working. See Control Panel on a Windows Machine. That the signal level from the port is set high enough and that it isn't switched off. You might also need to check the drivers for the device are installed and up-to-date.

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