Question about Technics Audio Players & Recorders
Are you putting the left and right ( white and red ) phono connectors into the phono inputs on the back of the amp? thats the place to locate them. either that or the leads from the turntable are both damaged but i doubt that is the cause? check your inputs on the back of the amp to see if it has phono inputs? if not you might have to insert them in the auxillary input and buy a small pre-amp from a hi-fi shop to boost the signal? good luck
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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