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  • #48676
    BeoworldGarcia
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      OK thanks, going to try a pre-amp.

      #48674
      BeoworldGarcia
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        I am trying to connect a Beogram RX2 to BeoMaster 1900 2904.

        I just go these two items and I am not able to get sound from the turntable to the receiver.

        The receiver seems to be working fine, when I plug in a Bluetooth device to the Tape input with a 5-DIN to RCA adapter plug I bought, I get beautiful sound.

        The turntable seems fine, but when I plug the RCA jacks from the turntable to the same RCA jacks on the 5-DIN adapter in the Tape input, I get no sound.

        I also tried the Phono 5-DIN input with the RCA adapter, and nothing.

        Do I need a pre-amp? Or could something be wrong with the turntable?

        Any help would be appreciated.

        Thanks!

        #48675
        Dillen
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          For connecting to the Tape input you will need a RIAA.
          The Phono input, however, should be at correct level – unless the internal RIAA in the
          Beomaster has been disabled. It’s not that unusual to see. In that case, you should only
          hear very low signal, and very treble-rich, because the RIAA correction is missing.

          Martin

          #48677
          BeoworldGarcia
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            So, I got a preamp, Pyle Phono Turntable Preamp, https://www.amazon.com/Pyle-Phono-Turntable-Preamp-Preamplifier/dp/B00025742A

            Hooked up the RCA from the Beogram RX2 to the INPUTs, and sent the Outputs to the RCA to 5-DIN, into the Tape (also tried the Phono) inputs to the 1900.

            I hear a very faint sound, some hum, but not working properly.

            Any ideas?

            Thanks!

             

            #48678
            Dillen
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              Bad pickup cartridge?
              The faint sound you here – does it correspond to what you what expect to hear from the record?

              Martin

              #48679
              BeoworldGarcia
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                Yeah the faint sound is the record, it is just one channel left, and some humm.

                I am going to try a different pre-amp that says it is MM type compatible. Think that might help.

                The guy that sold it to me swears it was working fine when he shipped it.

                thanks.

                #48680
                BeoworldGarcia
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                  The new rep-amp is working much better. But right channel is not working, think it may be the cable.

                  So for B&O MMC2 you need an MM compatible pre-amp, like the one I bought:

                  And the reason I even need a pre-amp is probably because the BeoMater 1900 I have has screwed up Phono Inputs as was said above.

                  Thanks all.

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