You will need a phono preamplifier. Turntables do not put out a line-level signal like CD Players and require a phono preamplifier to amplify the signal of the recording. Some older NAD receivers and amplifiers are equipped with a phono stage and do not require an outboard phono preamp to use a record player with them.
If a preamp or phono stage is not built into your receiver, amplifier, or the record player itself, the PP2i Phono Preamplifier or PP4 Digital Phono USB Preamplifier will be required. Be sure to make note of the type of turntable you have; moving coil or moving magnet, before purchasing any phono preamplifier and set the device accordingly during setup.
If you require tips on setting up your NAD phono preamp, please contact the NAD Support Team.