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Whoa, I missed that. Glad to know, thanks!SaintJohnsEgger said:I was looking at ti on Amazon and the back of the packaging says not to leave it in for "high temperature clean outs" and to put the original grate back in.
Sadly, a lot of newer AVRs don't even have MM/phono inputs anymore either. I had to pick up a $50 Audio Technica standalone preamp to get the signal high enough to work.bigalsworth said:Also verify what cartridge they can "drive" with their audio equipment. There are two types "moving magnet or MM", and "moving coil, MC". Not all Preamps or integrated amps with phono outputs can drive both so ensure you get the right kind. I believe most widely used general public consumer goods, such as AV receivers, will use MM.