If you want to set up a simple turntable stereo, and youre only planning on using it for that one function, you dont need bulky and unnecessary equipment like a receiver.
Do I need a receiver if my turntable has a preamp?
If you want to hook your record player up to external speakers or audio systems, you need a preamp. Some turntables contain internal preamps. So do some of the components you might want to connect to your turntable, like a receiver or amplifier. If that is the case, you wont need to buy an additional preamp.
What is the best receiver for a turntable?
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Can I plug a turntable into Aux?
This turntable has a built-in phono preamp. Simply plug the turntables audio signal cable into one of the receivers analog audio inputs. These inputs are oftentimes labeled Aux (auxiliary), Line In, Analog In, etc. You can even use your receivers CD or Tape input, if needed.