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I HAVE PHILIPS AMP FR931 AND I HAVE A HITACHI HT4 TURN TABLE THAT PRODUCES A LOW VOLUME SOUND WHEN THEY ARE CONNECTED.

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I can't find anything about the HT4 but it should be connected to PHONO (nowhere else) if it has a moving magnet cartridge and you should set the PHONO/LINE selector to PHONO.

http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/f/fr931_p00/fr931_p00_dfu_eng.pdf

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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