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Sorry for sounding like an amateur, but I'm lost. Can anyone tell me how to connect phono cables to my marantz PM68? Meaning red to right or left? Looking from behind. Thanks!

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Red for the right audio channel, and white or black for the left channel


Sorry for sounding like an amateur, but I'm lost.
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