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I lost Audio output Device No audio output when using turntable. Can hear sound with headphone, can hear sound when hooked directly to speaker. Can not get sound out of audio output. Plugged RCA cables into audio out and ran to a speaker but not sound. Do I need to go into the case. Is there a test to do on the audio out jacks?

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    Jacob McNamara May 11, 2010

    have you tried running the output cables into another stereo that takes rca? but keeping the same setup (turntable into receiver and out put from receiver) but instead of running into speakers run into another stereo with rca input connections.



    If you have any questions please dont hesitate to ask



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Turntable needs high sensitivity preamp. the output level is so low that it has to be amplified more. usual inputs of turntable are phono input. needs a high sensitive input to handle.hope this help.

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