If it is not too late to return the turntable to the dealer, I suggest obtaining a normal hi-fi unit. That is, a turntable that utilizes a magnetic (moving-magnet, also called "MM") phono cartridge and has outputs intended to be connected to a hi-fi component, such as your receiver. You can then use your Pioneer's phono inputs. You do not need to purchase a turntable that has its own built-in phono preamp because the Pioneer already includes one, as you know.
Music room: Cary SLI-80 tube integrated amplifier, McIntosh MA6500 integrated amplifier, Quad 99 preamp, Quad 909 power amp, Acoustic Research AR9 loudspeakers, Yamaha CD-N500 CD player, Teac UD-503 DSD DAC, Phase Linear 8000II linear-tracking turntable.
Theater room: Panasonic 65S60 plasma television; Yamaha RX-A2020 (preamp section); Adcom GFA-5503 and GFA-5400 amplifiers; Polk LSi25, LSiC, and LSiF/X loudspeaker system; Velodyne FSR-18 servo-subwoofer.