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Hi. I bought one to connect my old turntable (without preamp of course) into my Dell PC to digitise my old albums. It enables you to play the tracks at the same time - if you wish - through the soundcard to the PC speakers and it sounds pretty good. If you just want to use the preamp with a turntable to play vinyl reco… see more Hi. I bought one to connect my old turntable (without preamp of course) into my Dell PC to digitise my old albums. It enables you to play the tracks at the same time - if you wish - through the soundcard to the PC speakers and it sounds pretty good. If you just want to use the preamp with a turntable to play vinyl records, it would seem simpler to connect the preamp directly with 2 phono plugs into the "aux" input to the home cinema amp. To be honest I am not sure what you are trying to achieve! Feel free to ask a further qn. AJ see less
By alanj on 11 January 2015
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No, but I have mine powered by the mains. It's prefect, no hum, no problems.
By smig on 08 November 2014
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The Electrovision is just a phono pre amp so if you try running turntable direct to hifi and listen if you get anything, it will be quite quiet but you should hear something. That should help you diagnose where the problem lies.
By Peej on 13 January 2016
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I don't think so. Its for a turntable.
By drrockwell on 11 May 2015
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I don't think so. Although the item is listed as an RIAA pre-amp, the equalisation is not RIAA. Your Denon phonostage should be much better than this.
By Mallory H Nicholls on 07 July 2015
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I would stick with the battery, to avoid possible interferance from the turntable motor.
Just remember to turn pre-amp off after each use, or battery will quickly discharge.
Good luck !

By michael on 25 February 2015
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Yes this works perfectly for a magnetic cartridge. A great little product!
By MR G D BURGHAM on 09 June 2014
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No it doesn't produce enough power.
By drrockwell on 06 July 2015
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It appears to have 50Kohm input impedence which most moving magnet cartridges with 3mV & above/channel can cope with. It can't be used for moving coil cartridges without a step up transformer or pre-amplifier & even if they could it wouldn't be good enough for quality MCs.
By Parttake on 16 July 2015