How to connect mixer to amp?

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  1. Jnb1

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    Hi All!

    For the past few years I've been using my AT-LP5 connected to my NAD C326BEE and Elac speakers. Just now I've bought a pair of Reloop Turntables and a mixer (Reloop RMX 22i). I would like to connect this mixer to my amp so I can use my speakers for both systems. How can I best pull this off?

    Thanks a lot!
     
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    Just connect from the output of the mixer to any of the tape or CD line inputs. Anything except for the phono input really.

    Just bear in mind that the mixer will be able to output a high signal level, so turn the amp volume down to start off with.
     
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