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Since we're most concerned with the stereo sound, disregard colors and read the silkscreened legends for the connectors.
However you would be better to get your TV-related audio from the cable box in the same way. TV electronics is on the lo-fi end of the quality spectrum. And its own volume control may affect the output. If the TV has a setting to make the output FIXED, select it so you can turn the TV volume down and let the real speakers do the audio job.
Whichever you choose...
Connect Audio L and R Out from the TV to any convenient input (AUX?) on the Technics.
What kind of record player? Most modern equipment doesn't have a phono preamp to boost the minute signal produced from the phono cartridge to a Line level so guess what, they don't play phono correctly.
Yeah i had that same problem. You know the chord? The cord you plug in from outlet. The square cord you plug into your speakers.. yeah the "DC outlet" is supposed to be UP. if you have it the wrong way in there it wont work and will make a crackling sound.
MCM720 is one of the biggest CRAPS that Philips ever produced. if it is low volume, it produces 1250 Hz background noises that are real pain in the a... . If you go up with volume, amplifier goes into temporary shutdown. Just return and get money back and buy something better. Borut