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I have a record player and d0nt know how to set it up. it is a kenwood kd 38r

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Hi ipspencer

First, do you have an amp that has a built in phono preamp. You can determine this from the front panel, there being a Phono input to select. If not,then you will need to get a preamp or you will not get any decent sound from the deck. You can get phono preamps online from here

If you need any more help, or info on how to set it up, just give me a hoy.

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robotek

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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