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NAD T760 I can't get my turntable to work through my NAD T760 amp. I believe you can't plug it in direct so I bought a NAD preamp but I don't know how that wires up and into which number video channel. I can get sound, but either very trebley or bassy. Any help appreciated. Thanks, Andy

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You should connect the RCA connectors from your turntable into the phono input of the preamp. Also, make sure you have the grounding wire from the TT connected to the grounding on the preamp (if you do not have a grounding point, then just connect it to one of the screws on the preamp). Then connect the output from the preamp to either the Tape or the CD points on the T760. On the front panel press tape monitor and you're done.

Check and let me know how it goes. My set up's working fine except for clarity, which still needs to be perfected. I'm using a normal step-up phono stage.

Regs/ Avinash

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