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  1. I wanted to give Wharfedale some feedback as they may wish to incorporate a preamp in future models to simplify connectivity
  2. Thanks to all for the advice which I have taken fully on board. I have run the advice by Wharfedale because they had indicated the ease of connecting their powered speakers and it turns out that it’s not that simple! I hope others will also benefit from my experience
  3. I’m using Wharfedale Diamond A2 powered speakers which allegedly are simple to connect to any system which is why I’m surprised to find that I’m having an issue. I didn’t really want another box and more wires. Maybe the speakers work with a different cartridge as the one fitted is the standard MC?
  4. Very helpful. I shall run it by Wharfedale who supplied the powered speakers (Diamond A2) and see what they say. Perhaps their speakers don’t have any preamp which would be strange considering they came with a hub with phono sockets.
  5. Thanks for your post. The SL-10 supposedly has a preamp according to its specifications. The deck is directly connected to the powered speakers.
  6. Thanks for your post. The SL-10 supposedly has a preamp according to its specifications. The deck is directly connected to the powered speakers. ”The SL-10 came equipped with the Technics EPS-310MC moving-coil cartridge. Due to the low output of the moving-coil cartridge, the SL-10 includes a built-in, bypassable step-up preamp to allow it to connect to standard phono inputs. The original Technics EPS-310MC moving-coil cartridge was designed to be replaced as a unit; the stylus was not removable. The cartridge has since been discontinued; the SL-10 will accept any P-mount/T4P cartridge. The SL-10 is capable of being powered by an external DC power adapter or a standard AC power supply. The motor is quartz-locked, providing accurate rotational speed.”
  7. I have an SL-10 connected to powered speakers. Unfortunately, the sound is very faint even on full volume. I was wondering whether it’s a cartridge issue? Would appreciate any comments.
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