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T.92 Low volume

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Hello, friends.

 

I have a Turntable T.92 USB connected into an Onkyo HT-R791 reciever.

This reciever doesn't have a Phono input, therefore it's switchched the output to "line".

The problem is that the output sound volume is almost half than the volume reached in the same level with other connected devices like cd player, radio, dvd, games, etc.

For example, the volume reached in the 30 level with a cd sounds equal to a 60 level with the Satanton T.92 turntable.

I supossed that i need a preamp.

 

Wich kind or brand of preamp do you recomend me?

 

Best Regards!

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A phono pre-amp not only boost the signal, it also equalizes it to RIAA specs....basically, records are recorded with that EQ curve that must be corrected.

 

You need a phono amp or a reciever that has a phono input.

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Thank You!

 

Could you recommend me one?

I wish I could....

 

I have been out of the "audiophile" game for a while now, and what I COULD have recommended is no longer available, or what is available I haven't experienced.

 

So...your guess might be as good as mine.

 

I am not even all that familiar with the turntable and cartridge you named here.

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Hi I have a Stanton t92 connected to a Denon df109 this turntable plugs into the line in on the denon and I have switched on the back of the turntable to line. I am getting no sound ?? Can someone please help

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