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Sony HT SS1300 Home theatre system + turntable

creative_ltu

Standard Member
Hi to all. I am new at his forum . My girlfriend wants a turntable to listen hers old vinyl records and I would like to get home cinema system for myself to connect bravia 40w4500 and blu ray .So i thought maybe it is some way out. I am looking at this surround system HT-SS1300 (HTSS1300) : Home Cinema and Hifi : Sony. Don't have turntable yet, but would look with integrated a phono pre-amp something like Pro-Ject Debut III/Phono SB
Pro-Ject Audio Systems
What i am concerned is , will they connect with each other, or i am missing something? Maybe somebody have already tried to connect turntable to home theatre system , and could share their opinions and expierences about it . All opinions and expertise would be very much apreciated.

I just checked now , and noticed that its quiet hard to find HT-SS1300 , they are discontinued and those which i found is a bit more expensive then theirs arrivals SONY HTSS100, so i believe i will change to this one , still cant understand what is difference between them http://www.sony.co.uk/product/Compa...ls=HT-SS2300&models=HT-SS1300&models=HT-SS100
 
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bam-bam

Established Member
Hi
If you get a turntable that has a built-in phono stage (or buy a separate phono stage) then you should just be able to plug it into an Aux socket on the av receiver and you're away.

Cheers
 

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