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What’s needed to connect a Pro-Ject Juke Box turntable to Beolab 8000 speakers

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Ra posted on Thu, Apr 25 2019 8:18 AM

i have a Beosound 8000 CD player and Beolab 8000 speakers and im hoping to purchase a Pro-Jett Jukebox turntable but do not know what cables are needed in order to connect the turntable to this system.

im in London for a few more days and would like to purchase both the turntable and respective cables or jacks, and would really appreciate guidance and advice about what to get and where to go to get it?


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AdamS replied on Thu, Apr 25 2019 1:03 PM

If I remember correctly, the Juke Box has a line level record output through phono sockets. If so, (and assuming you mean 'Beosound 9000', not 'Beosound 8000') then all you need is one of Sounds Heavenly's phono to DIN cables to plug into the Beosound's AUX input.

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Hi Ra,

Welcome to Beoworld!  You just need this cable from the Line Out sockets of the Pro-Ject Jukebox E to the Aux socket of the Beosound 9000 (6 x CD player) to play this to the Beolab 8000 speakers:-

To listen to the turntable, simply press "A.Aux" on the B&O keypad, or select this on the B&O remote control by pressing the "LIST" button until the display shows "A.AUX", then pressing "GO".

Kind regards, Steve.


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