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Adding a turntable

Hi all.
I'd like to add my turntaable to my system. I have two AUX RCA inputs- one in front and a rear which is hooked to my cable TV. Can I use the front input directly or do I need a preamp ? My system is 350 watts RMS.
I have an extencive vinyl collection and would like my daughter to hear some of the music from " Back In The Day " . Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank You for your time.
Ray

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    Ray Mari Jan 22, 2008

    Kevin,

    I already have the turntable. It's a Technics I've had since the 70s. Plays all RPM formats. Old but great fidelity. Does this help answer my question ?

    Thanks for the responce !

    Ray

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Do you already have a turntable you want to add, or you want to purchase one? Sony makes a turntable with a pre-amp built in, so all you do is plug it into either auxiliary input. It will play everything but 45s, I believe. Runs around $100 here.

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