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starseo38 10-02-2012 02:02 AM

How to connect a set of loudspeakers to a record player?
 
hi I have a gemini xl 300 turntable and a set of eltax liberty 5+ loudspeakers and I cannot connect the two the RC has a red and a white lead along with a horseshoe shaped metal lead the speakers each have 4 inputs with screwable heads the bottom two on each are labled with + and - I also have four double ended copper wires any help would be much appriciated thanks

rbinck 10-03-2012 08:26 PM

Re: How to connect a set of loudspeakers to a record player?
 
You will need an amplifier between the turntable and the speakers.

healthrocket1 10-09-2012 09:12 PM

Re: How to connect a set of loudspeakers to a record player?
 
What amplifier are you using?

You cannot connect a turntable directly to a pair of speakers - it simply won't work. You need an amplifier with a phono input (or an off-board phono stage) if you want to hear anything.

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einteractive 11-05-2012 11:13 PM

Re: How to connect a set of loudspeakers to a record player?
 
Its true that without amplifier you won't be able to connect a set of loudspeakers to a record player. Not only that, if you want the best quality output from your speakers, then amplifiers are must.

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