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Pre amps I have a 5 year old Yamaha AV receiver - Yamaha says that to run a turntable I need a pre amp - what product would that be and how much do I need to spend?

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  • dwest237 Apr 08, 2008

    Helpful - I do not have a phono input - so does Best Buy sell phono preamps and what are they callled because I already did one search?

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IF your amp has a phono input, you need nothing special. If all you have is aux inputs or an extra tape input, you need a phono pre-amp that will increase the signal level to that of a cd player or tape player. These are simple pre-amps that cost around $20.
Dan

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

  • ABRsvcs Apr 08, 2008

    Most electronics stores have them. Yes, they are called phono pre-amps. Try mcmelectronics.com. I know that they have them.

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