I have just bought a philips MC M204 micro stereo system it has a 3.5mm line in socket. I am looking to buy a cheap turntable that I could connect to it for example the Bush MTT1, would this work or do you have any other suggestions?
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Hi, yes it is possibe, but you are going to have to buy a stereo 2.5mm jack to 2 phono lead. Connect to headphone socket on laptop and the other to a line input on amplifier and adjust setting to suit.
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hi, i recommend just using the headphone out, and it probably will not hurt the notebook, as it is not feeding back into the notebooks sound device. you may wish to do as i did, and get a creative labs external sound card. much improvement over the on-board high def sound built into my acer notebook.with all the connections you would want! as for speakers there are alot of models to pick from.i usually go with creative, but this time i went logitech- thx,dts,ect. and i am very happy. i hope this helps you make a decision on what do. good luck!glen
I had the same problem a few years ago. Creative said that it was due to connecting the player to a lead that was plugged in to a socket which was already turned on. They recommended pluging in the player, then turning on the socket. They also had downloadable firmware to fix this problem.