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post #1 of 3 Old 09-04-2011, 05:15 PM - Thread Starter
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My 2003 Kenwood VR-6070 receiver appears to be dying. Several inputs have gone dead recently. I've used it a LOT and switching between TV input, satellite radio and PC out of auxilliary input. So I'm sure that's part of why it's dying, plus we get a ton of power hits where we live. And although it's been on a UPS for a long time, it's begun clicking and popping a lot of the time, so I'm sure that is taking a toll on it as wel..

The thing is my husband and I still have a lot of vinyl (yes we are that old) and need a receiver with a phono input. Looking for something realitively inexpensive (Under $700 I'd say). I've been searching the Internet and found the Onkyo TXNR709 has a phono input and sounds like a decent price. We really don't need 7.1 as we only have 5 speakers. Got referred to this forum here when looking for reviews of the 709. But just wondering if anyone here could point me towards any other receivers that still come with a phono input to compare to it?

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Keep in mind you don't necessarily need an AVR with a phono input ... with a phono preamp like this one you can connect to any AVR's analog inputs.
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Just so you know, if you find a receiver you like without a phono input, you can buy a phono pre amp for fairly cheap.

See "The Needle Doctor" website for some phono pre amps (example - http://www.needledoctor.com/Needle-D...category=35249)

"But this one goes up to 11"
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