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Stanton Turntable Problem with receiver/audio

I recently bought a Stanton T52 record player and have hooked it up to my yamaha HTR-5930 receiver. It plays sound but the audio comes out very low, a problem I dont have with any of my other electronics running through it.

I was wondering how I can fix this because i really have no clue. Do I need a preamp? is it just a setting on my receiver? Thanks a head of time for any help you might have to offer.

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You need a turntable pre-amp, or a receiver with turntable inputs.. The turntable is functioning properly, until recently no turntable had this built-in. Search ebay for turntable pre-amp and you should be good.

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

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