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What to use for Audio-out on Denon AVR-2807?

I have the AVR-2807. I have connected a turntable to it and this works fine. I want to convert some of my LP phonograph music to MP3 files, so I have purchased the xitel INport deluxe to connect my Denon receiver to my computer's USB port.

Problem is I don't know where to plug the red & white RCA-type connectors to the Denon! The xitel instructions say to connect to audio outputs that are usually labeled Line Out, Aux Out, Tape Rec or Send.

I am puzzled. Where do I connect the cable to have the turntable audio routed to my xitel device??

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    Karmor Mar 16, 2008

    Graeme - thanks for the suggestion. I have already found the connectors for tape deck in and out. One thing I hadn't considered was the Denon programming steps required to feed signal to these connectors!



    On page 42 of the Denon manual is a small section describing how to press the ZONE2/REC SELECT button until RECOUT LED lights up for a few moments on the display, then select the function to output before the RECOUT light goes out.



    Now that I have masteres this programming step I cn record using the xitel INport just fine.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    connect turntable to Denon AVR 1909

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Hi Karmor

Use the Tape Out(rec) connections on the Denon. If that model has a rec out selector, then be sure to select phono as well. All sweet and ready to rip them files!!

regards
Graeme

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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