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The volume coming from the stereo is very low. what gives?

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Check the preamp switch. some have a built in preamp which may be needed when connecting to some equiment

If connection via PHONO cables to a PC then it should be on

Some older hi-fi equiment may have two sets of PHONO input one for low inpedance and one for high

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