I have a record player with a broken cassette deck, I want to add an aux port. Answered
I have an older Prolectrix record player with CD and cassette. The amp itself seems to incorporate the cd and radio. The cassette seems to cut into the amplifier circuit when one is inserted into the deck via a micro switch.
I have managed to remove the cassette module with all it's wiring, it was plugged straight into the board via a header plug.
I was considering using a module such as this, as it would fit in the existing hole quite nicely. I haven't tested voltages as yet.
3.5mm is fine, or stereo phono is also usable.
I need some advice as to which wires I can use as an input. Obviously there are two power wires to the motor.
The microswitch has 3 wires, red, black and yellow, then you have the three more going to the play head.
Any ideas please? My electronics knowledge is quite basic.
Here's a picture of the turntable in case you know it.