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Hooking up a turntable to a JVC XM-J50 Via AUX port.

I was wondering what I would have to do to hook up a turntable to my shelf system using the AUX port. I tried running it directly to the ports, and it will play, but it plays extreemly LOW! Am I missing another component, or am I doing somthing wrong here? I went to radio shack and purchased some Stereo audio cables (2 phono plugs to 2 phono plugs) and am wondering if maybe it might be the cables I used. Or am I missing some other audio component that the turntable has to be plugged in BEFORE it can be plugged into the aaux ports on my shelf system? Can anyone help me? Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and patience

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  • Corona King Jun 10, 2008

    Jerry,

    This is Corona King again. I received your answer and would like to thank you for taking the time to help me out. (Thank you). I think I understood what you was telling me, but I need clarification on one thing: Do I need anything else other than the device you mentioned? Because what I was doing was hooking up the turntable DIRECTLY to AUX ports of the JVC MX-J50 without an amp to start with? Would the device you mentioned take the place of the amp itself? Because you mentioned an AMPLIFIER, but other than the system itself, I am NOT hooked up to any amp. Let me know if I'm going to need an amp on top of the device you mentioned. I really do appreciate your help my friend. Thank you for your time and patience!

    Respectfully,

    Corona King.

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You need a phono pre-amp for magnetic cartridge. This will amplify the magnetic cartridge output from its low level to line level which is required for your amplifier.

This can be bought at most audio-file type distributors and stores. There are different quality levels in these depending on how much you want to pay.

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