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Does the sherwood ra 1140 receiver have a phono connection ?

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This photo shows a front-panel PHONO button, so I'd say that it does have a phono input

Posted on Nov 07, 2010

  • dthd2 Dec 04, 2010

    The front panel jack is for headphones. The RA-1140 has right and left jacks on the back for phono, cd, and video/aux.

  • Dec 07, 2010

    Notice my replay. It did NOT say a front-panel phone jack, it said a front panel phono BUTTON. I was implying that if the receiver has a phono button so you can select that as the source, it must also have a phono input. I guess I was too subtle and should have just said YES IT DOES. I guess I give some people too much credit for being able to figure things out.

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