Want to listen to your favorite vinyl records but don’t want to disturb the peace of everyone around you?
The connections you choose can significantly impact the quality of sound you experience. Two terms that often get tangled in the web of audio jargon are phono cable vs RCA.
So, you’re into vinyl, but you’ve got this sleek soundbar, and you’re wondering if they can play nice together. Ok, it’s not the most common setup, but there are scenarios where connecting turntable to soundbar totally makes sense.
Using a vinyl turntable with a receiver will give you many opportunities to create the audio system of your dreams. So an important question for many people is whether connecting the turntable to the receiver is difficult. Getting ahead of myself, I would say there is nothing to be afraid of. In this article, I will tell you about it, focusing on the most important detail: the phono stage.
You’re probably a vinyl fan, and that’s why you are here. And when it comes time to choose a turntable, one of the important questions to decide is whether a new record player or a vintage is worthy of consideration. Which is better?
So many connoisseurs of quality sound today own good stereo systems. In that case, you should know that new stereo systems are not always better than old ones, and often even the opposite. But time goes on and dictates its own rules, and in this article, I will tell you how to stream music to a stereo receiver, which is not adapted to modern trends.
In this article, I want to tell you how to ground your turntable. But before the detailed instructions, I’ll focus on a few important concepts and questions you might have if you don’t know what grounding is, what it’s for, and some other relevant points.
Nowadays, there is probably not a person who does not have a PC because most people use it for work. But leisure time is just as important, isn’t it? Sometimes you want to relax, watch something or listen to your favorite track.