How to record vinyl records into a computer by sam mallery | best to disconnect the turntable from your receiver and connect it to your laptop using one of the phono interfaces/preamps listed above once the files are converted and transferred to your laptop, you can then transfer selected audio files to the usb flash drive. Can it be done & how same as heading don't find any instructions in the owners manual or see any inputs on this receiver (yamaha htr-5940) to hook up a turntable. Just got a turntable and don't know how to hook it up here are a few simple pointers, turntable recommendations , and a few shameless plugs for my workplace. I find it kind of amazing that you’re able to modify a turntable by removing a circuit board and rewiring its output, only to get hung up on the receiver setup such is the state of modern av receivers, which can be extremely complicated. If your receiver and turntable both have a built-in phono preamps, and your turntable has a switch that lets you bypass or turn its built-in preamp off, you can experiment to see if either your receiver's or turntable's phono preamp sounds better.
You can connect this type of turntable to the receiver within few minutes because the phono preamp is built into the device pick the analog signal cable from the device and plug into the input cable of the receiver which is labeled as aux, analog in or line in. You must connect the turntable to the receiver preamp or dedicated phono preamp, and then connect the tape output or other preamp output of the receiver to the computer, using the computer as you would a tape deck. After finding your phono preamp, you can connect your turntable to the receiver quickly without much time type 1: phono preamp is in the receiver this type of turntable contains built-in phono preamp in the receiver and you can identify it by detecting the “phono” label. 2 your receiver doesn't have a phono input, only cd, aux, tape, etc if this is the case, you have several options: buy a phono adaptor from an electronics retailer (eg, radio shack) use audio cables to connect the turntable to the adaptor's input and cables to connect the output of the adaptor into your receiver aux (or cd or tape) input.
You can, however, use a receiver without phono inputs by connecting an external phono preamplifier between the turntable and the receiver turn power off to your receiver, turntable and preamp connect the two output audio cables coming from the turntable to the preamp's inputs. Beginner's guide to turntables - home listening edition putting together a turntable setup is a simple process however, there are several things you should know before purchasing your setup this guide to turntable setups will explain: the key components, the different setup configurations, and the most commonly asked questions. To use a turntable with that model receiver it will need a turntable preamp to amplify the signal phono line levels typically range from 2-5mv the line level inputs on the receiver want to see at least 150mv. If your turntable doesn't have a built-in phono preamp (most better ones don't—the built-in kind tend to be inferior and can't be customized), and your receiver doesn't have a phono input either.
This is a follow up to my review video of the audio technica at-lp60 turntable i show you how to connect turntables to various devices to get soundt any questions just ask. Can i connect turntable to sony str-de495 receiver can i connect turntable (pioneer pl990) to sony str-de495 - sony str-de495 receiver question can i connect turntable to sony str-de495 receiver the terminals are located at the back and yes you can connect a turntable there are none for phono but you could use the tape (not. Or, you can hook it to any non-phono input (on a receiver or your sonos) if it's not pre-amplified, it will have very very low output, and will sound terrible (the preamp boosts bass and lowers treble as well as amplifying level) do not connect it to a phono/turntable jack if you don't know what kind of unit it is.
By all means, if you have more ambitious aspirations for your stereo, then get that receiver, but if you’re trying to save money while buying your turntable setup, you can leave that budget receiver on the shelf at goodwill. The best turntable receiver makes it easy to connect and use the device the onkyo tx-8140 delivers the highest quality of audio with the help of a digital-analog converter called the asahi kasei ak4452 dac to facilitate the management of the tool here, you can use the remote control remote onkyo, which is available to users on ios and android. Help with connecting turntable to receiver by ender1208 » 17 jun 2011 18:22 i bought a sony lx3000usb turntable to listen to some old vinyls i have i have a pioneer elite vsx23thx receiver i bought a cheap preamp and hooked it up but got a real bad sound coming out of my speakers. You can get a pretty decent one for very little money however it's obvious you were looking for an economical solution hence the cl marantz nad and project make phono stages for a little over $100 just connect your turntable to in and it to the aux or tape in.
You can use these turntables the traditional way, in phono mode, or you can flip a switch to route the signal through the pre-amp, then connect them directly to any bluetooth speaker. Everything you need to know about hooking up a vintage turntable first things first – the simple setup: if you’re hooking your vintage turntable to a stereo receiver or amplifier that has jacks on the back marked “phono,” it’s easy: plug the matching cables coming from your turntable in the phono jacks. If you have to have the turntable that far away, buy a phono preamp and put it close to the turntable, and then connect the line level output from the turntable to a line level input on your receiver, not the phono input that will give you by far and away the best results. If you've never hooked up a turntable before, the whole process can seem rather confusing in this article, we'll see how you can easily hook up the turntable yourself let's use the audio technica at-lp60 as an example this will work for any other turntable with the same basic features.
From there you can load what you want on your phone, or buy a big flash drive and load all you albums on that, then you can plug it into the front of the reciever you're not going to find an inexpensive solution to wirelessly connect your turntable that is reliable. 3) using an audio interface to connect a turntable to a computer the first method (using an all-in-one turntable/cd burner) is probably the easiest way to go an all-in-one unit features both a turntable and a cd burner in a single device. You can’t just use any old receiver to connect a turntable you are going to need a receiver/ amp that has a phono pre amp or buy a seperate phono pre amp that you can plug into any other input also, you can find a rediculous amount of new vinyl on amazon, if that’s the route you want to go.