Question about Crosley Audio Players & Recorders
I have a crosley cr-9 juke box radio with cassette player is there a way to install a aux Input so I can play a small CD player through it? Thanks
You would have to break into the cassette player's audio output section. By finding where the audio joins the main amp of the unit. You couldn't do it via the record input section as that uses a different pre-amp which would not be compatible with CD. Once you find the point where the cassette audio joins the pre-amp section of the main amp, you should be able to take a link, from a pair of phono sockets that you will have to mount somewhere on the unit. If you don't use the cassette anymore than you can disconnect it. If you do want to use the cassette then the best bet is to also install a switch that will switch between the two. You will not be able to have both cassette and CD wires linked to the same pre-amp input. As one will vastly reduce the volume of the other. Which is why you would have to install a switch between the two.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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