Some turntables may not have a built-in preamp and you would need to add an external phono preamp to bring the instrument level signal of the turntable to line-level. Some turntables may have a built-in preamp but have a switch on the back for either "line" or "phono," such as the Music Hall USB-1 or the Audio Technica AT-LP120; the switch would need to be selected to "line" in order to work directly with the speakers.
Articles in this section
- Why is one of my speakers louder than the other while using the N22 at lower volumes?
- What type of speakers work best with the N22 amplifier?
- Will my low impedance (low Z) Grado headphones work with N22?
- Can I increase the length or change the speaker wire between the N22 and each speaker?
- Can I connect a subwoofer to the N22?
- Can I take my Audioengine N22 to another country with a different voltage?
- Is it possible to use the N22 amp to power the rear channels of my surround system?
- Is it OK to remove the stand attached to the N22 and place the amp on it's side?
- Can I leave the N22 power on all the time?
- When I connect a turntable to my N22, why is the volume extremely low?