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Need Adaptor connect DJ Tech Turntable to Sony Mini Hi Fi MHCRG495

I have purchased a DJ Tech Direct Drive USB Turntable for transferring my vinyl LP's into CDs. I want to hook it up with my Sony Mini Hi Fi MHCRG495 enroute to my Mac G4 so I can use the three stereo speakers.
Do you know what kind of adaptor I need ? I was looking at an RCA Scart Plug Adaptor but wasn't sure if that was the right thing to buy.

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  • essendondons Apr 30, 2008

    Sorry for the delay with my response. Your suggestion has worked well. Will soon be attempting my first trial at creating good quality CDs from LP vinyls. Thanks for your support, much appreciated.

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The USB turntable is likely a USB data connection and not a USB audio connection, so you will need to take the audio output from your Mac G4 to your Sony Mini Hi Fi...

You will likely need a stereo mini-plug (3.5mm or 1/8-inch) to stereo RCA plug cable (red and white RCA plugs). This is often referred to as a "stereo Y-cable."

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

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    Brandon Higa Apr 30, 2008

    Great! Glad to hear it, and I'm sure you are too! ;^)

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