Question about Audio Technica AT-PL120 Turntable
My turntable puts out sound but I have to turn the volume almost all the way up to even hear anything. I noticed another answer to this problem stating that the cartridge may be not connected properly but I have very carefully made sure the cartridge is in the right spot and still very little sound. I am running the turntable through a receiver and my surround sound speakers.
Make sure your receiver has a PHONO input. If you are connecting it to a LINE or AUX input, then there is not enough signal to boost the sound coming from the turntable. Turntables require a PHONO input, because phono input's have a pre-amp on them, which boost the turntable signal. If you do not have a PHONO input on your receiver, you will need to buy a Phono Pre-Amp.
If you have a phono input, then you might have an issue with the turntable's RCA cables, or your cartridge may be at fault.
- TWEAK AV LAV
Posted on Nov 22, 2007
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