Question about RCA Audio Players & Recorders
I don't know of any TV that will allow turntables to be directly connected to a TV. The sound from most TV's isn't that good, most people connect the TV to an Hi-Fi Amp for better sound.
TV's for example will not have a magnetic cartridge pre-amp built in. So even if you have right and left audio in jacks on your TV the sound would be far to low to hear it properly.
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What do you mean it didn't work? What happened? Are you getting no sound, did the plugs not fit? Please be more specific.
If you are not getting any sound, make sure you connected to the LINE input of the mixer - the PT01 has Line Level outputs, so you CANNOT connect it to the Phono input, as the signal will be too hot for the mixer - so make sure it is in the LINE INPUT. Also make sure the toggle switch on the mixer is set to LINE. There is nothing else to this set up, raise volumes, and that's it. It's very simple.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009
not sure I fully follow your question but the 3 rd ground wire from the turntable would hook up to the ground screw on the imic
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
SOURCE: I have a vintage german
The problem in cases like these is not the connector (you can connect direct the cables), it's the type of the pick-up cartridge. Those days the cartridges were crystal/ceramic type. This means that I think you will not be able to find a replacement for this cartridge. Since the whole console (including the turntable) is in good condition I suggest you to replace this cartridge with a moving magnet (the last type that used the turntables, just before the moving coil ones) but you will also need a phone preamplifier in order to feed the signal to any line in input of the system. If you like rebuilding the oldies it's a good idea.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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