Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I inherited this machine and cannot get my two speakers hooked up. I get what I would call "overdrive".
I see two rows of hookups
The two speakers are independent.
Thank you for your help....... DR
RB BR top row is A speaker connections (from the rear)
right +- -+ left and the row below is the B speaker connections in the same manner. Check that you have not plugged your audio source device into the Phono preamp as this will definatly produce "overdrive" Only a turntable should be plugged into the Phono input, and in saying that, there are some turntables about these days that have an preamp built in line > If yous has then it should be connected to anything other than the Phono input. Any more questions, hit me back here and i will try to help you.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
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