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Sometimes they burn up. You can go to walmart and get a coverter box that will convert speaker wires to rcas.

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Well you use the wrong topic. I assume you want sound via your aux-input to come out of your little system. Then you need the turntable to be on consumerlinelevel , so you need to buy a pre-amp which comes between your turtntable PHONO-output and connect the tt(turntable) output first to the input and then use the output from the Pre-amp to go to the aux in. Don't do a thing if you hdave a higly expensive turntable.

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Kicker dx 250.1 class d monoblock amp has a fixed lpf at 80 hz 24db octave non adjustable. My car stereo is a pioneer deh-x55hd with the sub control set at 100 hz -6 slope unable to turn sub control off to...


Do you have the subwoofer amp connected to the pioneer thru pre amp connections; pre amp output of pioneer to pre amp input of Kicker amp. Page 10 of the manual explains how to adjust the subwoofer output. You can select the cutoff freq. that will pass to the subwoofer; The slopes don't match perfectly, but if you use the -12 slope , it should work fine.
Cut-off frequency:
50HZ
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63HZ
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80HZ same as kicker cut in freq
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100HZ
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160HZ
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200HZ
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The "output" is two RCA


hi,
normally in any amplifiers or pre amplifiers the RCA sockets used only for pre input and output. for speaker out always there will be binding post or speaker sockets, u can connect the pre amps RCA output to ur power amps input. there will be seperate connector for speaker connection in ur power amplifier . You didn't specified the make and model number of ur amplifier and pre. need any further help feel free to contact.
ok

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Does my turntable need a new cartridge? I have a Technics SL DD22 which hasn't been used in a while. I hooked it up to a Bose receiver which works fine (hooked up an i pod to it before) & it plays...


The output from any regular turntable is far too low for most amplifiers to handle. You need to either run the output through a pre-amplifier first to bring the signal up to line output levels suitable for most recording devices and amplifiers or run it into an integrated amplifier which includes the pre-amp stage.

If your Bose receiver specifically includes a turntable input then it has a pre-amp built in, but as so few folks use turntables any more very few devices have the correct input. Pre-amps are still easy to obtain and can be very cheap, but cheap ones produce a noisy and unpleasant output which is magnified by the amplifier. If ever there's a choice to be made, spend the money on the pre-amp and go budget on the main amp.

I hope that I've saved you wasting money on something you didn't need. Please take a moment to rate my free answer.

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1) can happen if the speaker is dying - voice coil defective or magnet needs recharging. happens sometimes with low quality speakers. 
2) faulty pre-amp section can reduce overall gain resulting in lower output volume.
3) for old amps dry solders in pre-amp & power amp section can have the same effect.
4) faulty coupling and filter capacitors can severely effect frequency response too.

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I've got the same model and the pre out transistor needs to be replaced,
sometimes you can get it to work by unplugging the reciever and the pre out
then plug in the reciever and plug the pre out in a couple of times or so untill it comes on
or unplug the amp from the wall then plug in the pre out , turn on the reciever wait for sounds to come on then plug in the amp.
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Equilizer


I need more information to help you. The equalizer has to go in between two devices to have an effect.

Like this:
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If you don't have a separate Pre-Amp, you have to try something else. Re-post if this is the case...

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