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I am trying to hook a turntable to RXV363 amplifier. The RXV363 does not have RCA jack inputs labeled for a turntable. I tried using the DVD and DVR Input. I think the problem is there is no an adequate ground.

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You need a phono pre amp to plug onto the phono leads of your turn table then into any input on the amp.A Turntable has a much lower output than cd or any other device so needs to be boosted,when you pluged it in I bet the sound was awfull.Buy the best phono stage you can .
hope this helps.
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