Question about Audio Players & Recorders
A traditional turntable requires a Phono preamp inline with it to PRE amplify and frequency-balance the minute signal produced by it's cartridge for later amplification by a power amp. Most stereo receivers and preamps have Phono connections and internal preamplification strictly for that purpose. Recent AV Receivers generally do not.
You don't say what electronics you're running this through. If you connect it to a Line Level input instead of a specific Phono input the result would be very low, tinny sound.
If so, you need to get a Phono Preamplifier.
Some modern TT's have selectable internal Phono preamps that allow them to connect to virtually any other audio electronics. YOU need to determine its suitability depending on the downstream electronics.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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