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No phono stage in arcam a85 so my truntable is deed please solve the problum

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The answer is you don't... You need a phono preamp which you then can connect to the aux inputs such as the cassette tape inputs.

Normal phon cartridges do not put out sufficient levels to go directely into these inputs.

You can buy phono preamps, possibly even at Radio Shack or other home audio stores.

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