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post #1 of 3 Old 10-13-2012, 04:29 PM - Thread Starter
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I found this at a thrift store. It will be my first step to creating my home recording studio (I Hope) it didn't come with anything else, including speakers. Do I have to have an amplifier to go along with this in order to get sound from it? Or can I just hook up some speakers?
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You need either:

1) active speakers, which have amplifiers built in, or

2) passive speakers plus amplification, probably either a receiver or an integrated amplifier.
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Thank you, I will be on the hunt for either than, I am trying to make this project of putting together a "recording studio" from the good vintage stereos!
Thanks again! CJ

Any other "input" on this project is Welcome btw! smile.gif
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