Question: Is it bad to put turntable on receiver?

Most stereo receivers have the transformer on the left side, so putting the turntable on the right side of the receiver is recommended. We strongly recommend not placing your turntable on top of your receiver - this can cause buzz issues and may also prevent your receiver from getting proper air flow.

What do receivers do for turntables?

The receiver allows you to connect your turntable, record player, CD player, TV, etc. all at the same time. Want to switch from watching a movie to listening to a record? Simply switch the receiver from the TV input to the phono input and thats it.

How do I get rid of ground loop hum?

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How do I fix my record player feedback?

To fix this, move the speakers away from the turntable and ensure they are on a different surface. It may be best in some cases to use speaker stands or isolation pads to dampen the vibrations further.

Do I need an amp with a turntable?

Yes. A turntable must be connected to an amplifier as the output signal is not strong enough to drive speakers. However, there is an exception as a lot of record players have pre-amplifiers built-in already.

Why do vinyl records crackle?

Crackle, pops, clicks and other groove noise can be caused by a variety of things: pressing flaws, irreversible damage to the surface of the groove, scratches and embedded organic materials. Our PVF Archival process is the most thorough way to remove all organic and inorganic materials bound to the record surface.

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