I recently purchased this preamp as an upgrade for the Teac TN-350 / TN-350-WA. It was a noticeable improvement over the onboard phono preamp and I highly recommend!
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.
As long as your turntable has RCA inputs, this should work just fine. Hookup is simple and amplifier is easy to use.
My understanding was that new turntables had the pre amp built it. You will find out right away when you plug it into the soundbar... if sound is very weak, then you need it.
If you’re just hooking your turntable up to powered speakers, headphones or a sound input on your computer, this document is for you. Unlike most audio sources you connect to a stereo (DVD/CD players, iPhones, etc.), the output from the cartridge on a vintage turntable is MUCH lower. It requires additional amplification and some EQ to bring it up to a proper signal. This additional amplification is called a phono preamp. Phono preamps are built-in to older receivers and amps (see above). Some preamps are even built into some models of inexpensive (plastic) modern turntables (check the manual). In general, newer stereo gear, including most mini-systems, Bluetooth speakers, home theatre units, etc. don’t have phono inputs. To use a vintage turntable with these newer units or to play through a computer, powered speakers or headphones, the turntable signal must pass through an external phono preamp. You’ll then plug the output from the phono preamp into line-level inputs on your gear (these may be marked Aux, Tape, Line, Video, CD, etc).
I have a pioneer turntable I had from the seventies it works great.
Yes. You can hook the turntable's RCA jacks to the speaker RCA jacks and get audio. However, if it's an older turntable it may not be grounded, and you will hear a humming sound. Also, your audio will be very low in volume. The pre-amp will eliminate the humming sound, and give you the volume you desire.
Oscar, I use it with my Technics SL-QD22 and it works great. No reason it shouldn't work with any turntable.
I use the Pyle for my magnetic cartridge for inputting into my Vid box that connects to my computer for recording record tracks. But it can also be used for connecting into a receiver without a phono input, using an available Aux in. The specs for the Pyle say it can "accommodate magnetic pickups with an input sensitivity of 3mV at 50K Ohms." To that end I came across this caveat about your pickup cartridge: "The Technics SL-QD 22 turn table uses a unique type of cartridge generally known as "T4P Pmount" cartridge." You might want to contact Pyle to be sure they support it, or any other magnetic preamp manufacture you might choose. Here is Pyle's customer comments page if that helps. http://www.pyleaudio.com/sku/PP444/Ultra-Compact-Phono-Turntable-Preamp Best regards,
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.
Yes. It allows you to use a turntable on a receiver without a phono input.
It works with a very vintage (1980's) Technics turntable
As long as your turntable has RCA out as most turntables do, then you should be good to go.
Turntables that need grounding feature a cable that needs to be attached to a preamp. This unit will work even you doesn't have any ground on your turntable .
I found it works graet with my sl-8100 technics 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.