Question: How do you connect a turntable to a receiver with a phono input?

The receiver has a built-in phono preamp with an input labeled PHONO. All you have to do is plug your turntables audio signal cable into the receivers phono input. Just below the phono input is a metal post labeled GND, for ground. Connect your turntables ground wire (if it has one) to this post.

How do you hook up a phono preamp to a receiver?

2:254:15How to Connect Turntable to Phono Preamp or Integrated AmplifierYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipNow take the other end of the RCA cable and connect it into your external phono preamps RCA inputMoreNow take the other end of the RCA cable and connect it into your external phono preamps RCA input then connect the other end of the ground wire to the back of the external phono preamp.

Do all turntables need a receiver?

Youll want a system that consists, at the very least, of a turntable, a receiver and a good set of speakers. You simply can not go without a receiver or amplifier and expect to sound quality to still be top notch.

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