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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What are Ministry of Sound mixing decks? I am familiar with MOS, but was not aware they manufactured mixing decks?
Are you connecting these to a DJ mixer, or a Home Receiver?
If it's going through a home receiver, make sure you have them connected to the PHONO input on your receiver. If your receiver does not have a phono input, and you are connecting to the LINE IN or AUX IN section on the rear, you will not hear much. Most turntables require a pre-amplified signal, and only the PHONO input has this option. So, you will need to purchase a PHONO PRE-AMP, and connect your turntable to it, then connect the PHONO pre-amp to the LINE IN.
If you are connecting to a DJ mixer... same thing. Make sure you have them connected to the PHONO INPUT on the mixer. If you still don't get anything, then there might be something wrong with your mixer.
If you could clarify you exact set up, and the EXACT models, we can help you better.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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