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I have not been able to record LP's. The instructions mention hooking up the cables to the receiver outputs down to the TDK deck. Which outputs? Tape, Aux,? I tried splitting off of my phono outputs with no luck.

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Your phono outputs are a whole diff ball of wax than aux or tape etc, whole diff signal, all that they should run to is phono in on the receiver. You are using the cd recorder as a tape deck more or less, so use tape out to line in on the tdk, and tape in from tdk output. so..when spinning record, you have receiver set on phono, and the tdk should also be receiving that signal, to playback you would hit tape monitor button on the receiver and hear what the tdk has done, or is doing.

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I know these sound obvious, but they may fix the problem.

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