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Why wont my turntable work? it works when hooked up to other receivers. i get nothing

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Most new receivers don't have an input for PHONO. If yours doesn't you will need a phono preamp between your turntable and your receiver. Cost about $30.

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It definitely has to go through a preamp (a PHONO preamp that is...) something like this: http://www.phonopreamps.com/tc400pp.html

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Turntables have extremely low outputs and require a phono input on the receiver. If yours does not have one, you need to purchase a phono pre-amp. This will boost the signal to the level required for any aux or tape input on a receiver.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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Turntables have extremely low outputs and require a phono input on the receiver. If yours does not have one, you need to purchase a phono pre-amp. This will boost the signal to the level required for any aux or tape input on a receiver.
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