I'm looking for a way to enhance the sound of my LP's without the use of a graphic equalizer.
For years, I've been using one in order to "beef up" the sound coming from my receiver (Yamaha RX-496) and particularly my turntable. While I know that pre-amps are used as "go-betweens" between a turntable and a reciever which DOES NOT HAVE ready-made phono inputs, can they also be used in conjunction with receivers (such as mine) which DO?
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