Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Depends on the record player (turntable). If it's old-school it will need a PHONO preamplifier to raise the level and frequency-balance the output according to the RIAA curve. Otherwise it will be uselessly low in volume and tinny sounding.
Phono preamps are available at a lot of electronics stores online. Google it. If you have an old school receiver with a PHONO function you could use IT for the TT and send its output to the Denon.
If it's a newer TT it may have its own internal (selectable) preamp. Then it would drive any standard Line Level audio input.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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