Question about Cambridge Audio Azur 540A Amplifier
I connected my old jvc turntable to a cambridge integrated a1 amp and it isnt very loud. any suggestions?
Turntables generate a very low signal. Phono inputs on receivers containa pre-amp section to boost the signal to "line level" or the same level as other audio devices. I would suspect that you need to add that pre-amp section. Phono preamps are available for around $20 or so and are inserted between the turntable and the standard audio input on the receiver or amp.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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