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Is there an RCA input on the MCDX32i? The specs say there is but I am unable to find it. I need to to hook up a newly acquired record player. Anyone help?

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Do you mean the TEAC MCDX32i ???

The little 1/8" Aux In is what you're looking for. You can connect an iPod-like device to it or any other audio device that has RCA-style analog stereo outputs if you just get an adapter at Rado Shack.

If your new record player doesn't include an onboard phono preamp it won't work with this unit.

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

  • breakaway_k Dec 29, 2010

    Yes! Thank you.

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