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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Connecting speakers to amp
Your Amp will be having a pair of Phono / AUX input sockets at the rear. Connect the two Red and White cabbles from the Turntable to these sockets. I am unaware of what are Pilot Speakers. regular speakers have a dual colored pair of cables coming from them. they have to be connected to the speakers Connectors at the rear of the Amp. Play a Vinyl Record, select Phono on your AMP, and enjoy your music.
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
Most if not all turntables would need to be connected to a PHONO INput which is high impedance with a high gain pre-amplifier stage. It will not work when connected to an AUX, CD or any line level inputs. Alternately, if your amp does not have any Phono Inputs, you can feed the turntable output to a preamp which can then be connected to any any line level inputs. An example may be found here or here. Additionally, there are some turntables with a built-in preamp.
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Posted on Jan 16, 2008
hi jacko, i had the same problem with my prosound 1000.
changed all the fuses etc with no luck.
then as a last resort, i tried wiggling and lightly tapping the internal wires on the main board then all of a sudden there was sound!
i know next to nothing about electronics but i am thinking that i may have reset some kind of power protection cut off that may have been sticking, but what do i know?.
Please, like everything else electrical, if you do try this, make sure power is off first.
hope this helps, its worth a try.
Posted on May 13, 2008
Did you ground the turntable? Most of them have a ground wire located somewhere that connects to a screw on your electrical outlet. You could be getting hum from your pre-amp if it is a low quality one. Try unhooking the pre-amp, if that is the problem you won't hear the hum. If the turntable ground is the problem you won't hear music with no pre-amp but you will still hear the hum.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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