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I hooked up an old record player to my system, and to hear it at all I had to turn the volume up all the way. It's pretty quiet even though it's on max volume. Any ideas on what may be wrong?

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Chances are that the rocord player is not compatable with the Sony system, it may be that the stylus cartridge is ceramic instead of magnetic or visa versa

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You need a pre- amplifier to run it .

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