It will work with any turntable with rca output connectors
I use it for an old Yamaha turntable and new Onkyo and it works fine. Not sure if that helps.
I believe it will do the trick, I used mine with a vintage turntable and a Bose 321 system.
I couldn't answer that question but it has provided excellent sound quality for me with my turntable.
i use this as a preamp between my turntable and tube amp which outputs to a pair of passive speakers. it works like a dream and provides nice boost. you can control the volume from it, so i'm guessing that it'd work for your needs.
it's not that kind of amp, it just boosts signal from turntable levels to what your amplifier needs to power speakers, not to power speakers alone.
It depends. Honestly, this is great preamp—for those without amplified sound.. say directly from a turntable. However, to answer to your question; yes and no. It is in most cases. But if you are looking for a BassNectar brain melter, you are in the wrong preamp search. Quality>improve sound (assumily loudness). Love you, mean it.
Yup! This will take the relatively quiet un-amplified signal coming from any older or higher quality turntables and boost it to 'line level' so you can play back through a receiver that does not have built-in 'phono' amplification... so you can actually hear it! This should solve your problem nicely, and the unit looks great to boot : P
Yeah, would do exactly that for you! Not familiar w/ Capehart, but almost all turntables meant to be connected to component stereos were built without built-in amplifiers, so the signal they output was very quiet if plugging them directly into speakers, a computer, etc. This handy (and kinda beautiful) little device will take that signal and boost it to 'line level' (the volume level we're used to hearing out of anything you plug headphones into) with as little noise/distortion as possible.
Plug turntable into PylePro inputs. Plug the PylePro outputs into a tape or aux input on receiver. Connection is same for any receiver. PylePro comes with good instructions.
This would be an impossible question to answer. I use it with an older technics turntable that doesn't have a pre-amp. I cannot guarantee it would work with any turntable ever made, but surely one without a built-in pre-amp that has RCA outputs (red and white cables) should be a good bet. And you can't beat the price.
Yes! A turntable needs a pre-amp. They can be built into the turntable (sometimes available on newer turntables) or can be built into the receiver (which would be marked as phono in, as you mentioned). As long as you have a spare RCA input this will plug in there.
I connected the ground wire from the Pyle to the turntable ground wire. Worked fine!
I am using this with a 25 year old Technics turntable, so yes. However, most new receivers have these built in so make sure its something you really need.
yes, this unit gives enough of a boost to power the turntable.
Yes, you need this to properly listen to your records. It is the setup I have and sounds amazing. Great speakers and great turntable.
Thanks very much for your question. Your turntable would connect to the phono preamp and the phono preamp will then connect to a stereo amplifier which would not have a phono input, and speakers. World Wide Stereo is 40 years old and a proud authorized Pro-Ject dealer.
…I had a good feeling that this would work with my turntable because the AT-LP60 has a built in switchable pre-amp and I also have a phono pre-amp input on my 100 watt solid state amp. Switched the turntable to phono (no pre-amp), plugged into the phono input on my amp and I can't stop playing my records! (You can also switch the turntable to line out if you don't have a phono pre-amp in your amplifier and plug into aux ports.)…