Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi Kathy, record players put out a very low level signal, you need a phono input stage for the amp to handle this input. If your amp does not have a phono input, many new amps do not ( check your instruction manual) .. then you will need to buy a phono pre amp which will match the record player to your amp. You can get this from your dealer.
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