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Troubleshoot auxiliary equipment

I have connected a turntable as auxiliary equipment to my JVC MX-D401T system and get no response. Everything works but I get no sound. I have tried 2 different turntables with no luck. Any solutions?

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  • goatler1 Apr 04, 2009

    Thanks. I have already hooked up an amplifier and everything works perfectly now. I appreciate the info though.

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There is no Phono input on your JVC.

What TT are you trying to hook up? If it's a traditional one you would need a preamplifier to boost the tiny signal from the cartridge to a suitable level for the AUX to use.

If you have an old traditional receiver with a Phono section hanging around you could rig something up between it and your JVC.

Plug the TT into Phono on the old receiver. Run RCA cables from any Tape REC output to the AUX. Done.

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