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.
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Re: Adding a turntable
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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Hi, connect to amp using phono inputs on rear panel. If no phono dedicated inputs you can connect to aux or cd inputs however the volume output from your amp will be low. A preamp will fix that. Connect from the record out plugs on the rear panel panel to the mic input on your computer. You will need a rca to 3.5mm jack cable. Cheers john. Styluscity
you can connect the XM receiver to you player. for that you need a cable (STEREO MALE TO RCA MALE CABLE). its one end will looks as headphone pin and the other end 2 RCA pins.
connect the headphone pin to you XM receiver's earphone out and the other end (2 RCA) to the AUX IN 2(AUDIO L/R)(on the rare pannel) of ur player. select the AUX 2 input pressing the FUNCTION button on your player.
or purchase a STEREO MALE to STEREO MALE cable and connect its one end to the earphone out of XM radio and the other end to the AUX 1 input of you player (on the frond pannel)
select AUX 1 by pressing FUNCTION button
If you're using the RCA cables, how is the switch set on the TT?
From the manual....
2. RCA Audio Output Cables: These cables should be plugged into a CD or Auxiliary input on your computer. IMPORTANT:
There is a switch on the bottom panel, next to the RCA cables that selects between PHONO/LINE. Use PHONO level for
plugging into a turntable input on a home stereo. Use the LINE level for plugging into CD/AUX/TAPE inputs. WARNING: You
may damage your receiver if you plug in a LINE level into a PHONO input.
Hook your video source up to the display (TV), and run your audio cables to an input on your surround sound receiver. Note which input the audio cables are hooked up to and set the surround sound receiver to that channel on the front of the receiver. For example, if you hook up the audio inputs to "AUX" in, then make sure you select "AUX" on the front of the receiver. If you hook up the audio input to "DVD" on rear of receiver, make sure you select "DVD" on the front of the receiver. The connections on the rear of the receiver have to match the selection on the front of the receiver. Make sure that the cables are hooked up to "INPUT" on the surround sound receiver. It doesn't matter how the inputs are labeled (DVD, AUX, etc.) they all do the same thing. Check volume and mute controls on receiver as well. I know it sounds trivial, but sometimes it's the little things that get overlooked and cause problems. I hope this helps and good luck.
There should be a diagram entitled "adding and amplifier to a factory stereo" in the owner/install manual of the high to low convertor. You need to signal tap some audio signal from your front or rear stock speakers in the car and those wires need hook up to the high to low convertor's input side. From the convertor you connect RCAs that go to your amp. In other words find your rear speaker wires and hook them to your adapter then hook up the rca wires
YOU NEED TO HOOK YOUR RCA CABLES FROM YOUR DVD,TV,AND DIGITAL CABLE TO THE INPUT SIDE OF THE SURROUND. HOOK THE RCA CABLES FROM THE TV TO THE AUX SIDE AND THE DVD TO THE VCR INPUT, AND THE DIGITAL TO TH LD SIDE OF THE INPUT YOU CAN SWITCH BETWEEN THE 3 ON THE FRONT OF THE SURROUND.BY MOVING THE KNOB. YOU WILL GET NOISE FROM THEM THEN TO THE SPEAKERS.