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You have to turn the volume control almost all the way to really hear the record.
Maybe you use the wrong pickup system.
Normal Phono inputs are just for MM-Systems.
MC-System needs other Pre-Amp.
Some newer Amps have a switch (mostly near the Phono inp.) to select MM- or MC- system. (MM means Moving Magnet-Sys. and MC is Moving Coil-Sys)
Best Regrets Gue.
Posted on Apr 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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