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I was able to get my old model MT-720 physically working, and connected it to the audio ("Video") input jacks on a non-Fisher stereo system. When I select the external input I have to max the volume to hear the music. The turntable apparently is not providing the power needed by the stereo. Are the input requirements for the stereo system greater than the ouput of the turntable? I suspect the turntable power output was designed specifically for the Fisher stereo system I originally purchased and does not provide the power needed by this 'other' system. Maybe I need a power booster? Thanks for any suggestions.

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