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Half the signal only through left speaker

Im running a stanton t120 through an older phillips cd player. I run the stanton into the rca inputs of the phillips. the problem is that only of my 2 speakers is working but only when im using a record player (it works fine for an ipod). The stanton has a switch that says line/phono. I dont have a phono input so I switch it to line. Seems like it should work fine but I don't know much about electronics....

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Try the switch in the other position and see if that fixes the problem. some turntables had a phono level that is different than a standard rca line level input. Also try a different cable if the rca is not hardwired in to the turntable. The cable could be bad. If worse comes to worse upgrade to another amplifier or tuner that has a separate phono input. hope that helps.

Posted on May 09, 2010

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