Question about JVC RX-318 Receiver
If you mean Moving Magnet vs Moving Coil, they are different.
MM is the higher output of the two types so most Phono Preamps can deal with them.
Not knowing the specific receiver model, a direct answer to your second query is not possible. I would guess - YES.
"Since the coils are much smaller than those in the MM cartridge, the MC cartridge generates a much smaller signal."
see this great article where that originates...
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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