I am temporarily using my PT-100 as a Phono pre, and going into a Pioneer Elite receiver. With the PT-100 at 80 volume (max), the Pioneer flashes "OVER," indicating "the level of an analog source is too high." If this is the case, what is the correct volume for using the PT-100 strictly as a Phono pre. There is no pre-out. Thanks!
The maximum output level of the PT-100's RCA jacks are 4 V (!!) (page 21 of manual) That's a whole lot. So no wonder the Pioneer flashes over. There are pre-outputs. They are the RCA output jacks on the PT-100. Keith may be able to tell you the correct level. Off the cuff I'm guessing it's close to 60. Most receivers will take 2V line input or 1V line input.
Last Edit: Nov 12, 2019 17:48:48 GMT -5 by garbulky
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