Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
Connect the turntable to an amplifier, CD player, Tuner, etc and see if it is working. It will sound awful if it is not plugged into a dedicated phono input but you will know if it is working. If not then check the stylus and unplug the cartridge and then plug it back in to make sure if it fully seated. If it is working you then know there is a problem with the connection at the computer or the cables you are using. Possibly you also have a problem with the software.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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