Home theater receiver for audio only

PJay

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Recently inherited a barely used Yamaha RX-V363 unit, that initially I want to swap into my stereo system first, will develop video/TV connections later. Want to connect all the old-school devices- turntable, cassette deck, CD player, even a reel to reel. Inputs on back are all digital (cd, dvd, sat box, etc) so wondering if any of those will be audio-friendly in terms of device output voltage and impedance characteristics. And what's best for grounding turntable to it.
Thanks, PJay
 

JohnRice

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You can use the analog (red and white) inputs for everything except the turntable. You’ll need an external phono preamp for that. That should have a ground connection on it.
 

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