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Hello, is this unit has the option of a 9-volt battery and option for the plug?
Yes, this unit has the option of 9V battery and option of 12VDC plug, can by 12VDC plug, or 9V battery for power supply. The 9V battery power will be automatically disconnected when the 12VDC plug is inserted. The 9V battery will be powered when the 12VDC plug is unplugged.
I wonder the description below in your PP555 Q&A sheet. "Q:Does this unit provide for RIAA phono equalization? Did not see it in the spec sheet. Thanks. A:The unit is a basic Magnetic Turntable and does not have any preamp. Therefore there is no equalization." Is your P555 not "phone equalizer" or PP555 does not include RIAA curve ? Your clarification is very much appreciated. Thank you.
PP555 does not have RIAA
tried using a 3-way cable (w/video plug left unplugged) and does not work. do i need to use a 2-way plug only?
Red and White RCA with Ground wire
Good morning. I have a Pyle PP555 preamp, connected to my very vintage Technics SL-1950 turntable, and the very newish Yamaha RXa760 receiver. I'm getting a LOT of noise... perhaps static or hum. Can hardly hear the music. Anyway, what do you think may be the issue and the remedy? Thanks in advance. Preston
As per checking on the Yamaha receiver specs, this unit has its own phono preamp. Simply connect your turntable to the receiver and connect the ground to the ground screw and it is good to go.
What ports do I connect the PP555 output to on my receiver??
To any input on your reciver.
Does this unit provide for RIAA phono equalization? Did not see it in the spec sheet. Thanks.
The unit is a basic Magnetic Turntable and does not have any preamp. Therefore there is no equalization.
the unit stay on when i unplug it . do i have to remove 9v battery when not in use?
Yes you have to remove the battery when not in use
I just received a new one and the ground seems to keep needing to be reset. Any solutions before I give up and return it?
All need to do is tap the ground wire to the ground.