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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't know this specific system, but the connections are much the same on most set ups.
Turntable sockets on most amplifiers are referred to as "phono." So the first thing to do, is look on the back of the tuner/amplifier for a pair of sockets that are marked "Phono - L" and "Phono - R." The L and R are for left and right. Connect your turntable should be connected to these sockets. Your tuner/amplifier should have a button or setting to select "Phono" and you should then hear sound from your turntable. If it doesn't work there are two possibilities.
1) The phono input on the back of your tuner/amplifier might be faulty. You can check this very easily by temporarily plugging your CD player or Cassette Deck into the phono input sockets then selecting phono as if you were using the turntable. If there is still no sound, there may be a problem with the switching circuit. If there is sound, the problem will be associated with your turntable. Please note, anything plugged into the phono input will sound tinny, except the turntable because the frequency response is set for optimum sound quality when used with a turntable and not with other sound sources.
2) If you suspect the turntable, carefully remove the headshell and look at the small connections to the stylus, ensure they are firmly pushed onto the pins.
Hope this helps. Regards
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
SOURCE: Technics sc-dv290
I'm currently working on a solution fot this problem and will post my results as soon as I succeed. I have got the ribbon cable but having trouble getting terminal that matches the back of the system.
Hope to have some news soon after the weekend
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
100 watts per channel both channels driven into 6ohm. You can download the owners manual at http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/ (Technics and Panasonic are both made by the same company) Then enter your model #. the specs are on page 23 of the manual.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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