#1
so i got a record player that is from the 70's, and it still works great, and a receiver that is probably from 95, and for some reason, the volume for the record player doesnt get very loud, but when i listen to the radio, it will blow you away when the volume is turned halfway up. did i plug something up wrong or am i just going to have to deal with it?
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#5
this is what i get for asking the pit...
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#6
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this is what i get for asking the pit...


Pretty much.
Think anyone in the pit really uses old record players?
Google it, or try to find it yourself... the Pit is not a good place for this type of thing, i'm afraid.
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#7
You need a preamp for it. The same thing happened with mine when I tried to play it through my Yamaha receiver.
#10
You probably need a record player adapter

It takes the phono signal to a line signal so you can hook it to your system if it has RCA inputs, or your computer

http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-Ultra-Compact-Phono-Preamp-PP400/dp/B000H2BC4E/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

I have that product above for 2 years, and works just as a good as the first day it came in.

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#11
try plugging it in different ways, check the model on the net I'm sure you can fin something, google the problem, unfotunately I can't help any further.
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#15
i googled it and saw it was $995. ill deal with it at that price.
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#16
they vary in prices, depending on how good you want your system to sound. These things determine 95% of the sound quality apparently. There's a good one called the 'Gram 1' or something that goes for £100. That's about $175.