Into the aux jacks or tape monitor output jacks. Check Amazon, Audiogon or Ebay. They are everywhere,have fun.
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You can connect a CD player to any line level input, such as tuner, aux, etc. Do not connect it to the phono input. You would connect it using an Interconnect cable that has a L (White or black) & R (Red) RCA jack on each end.
Single disk CD players are still readily available for manufacturers such as Denon, Yamaha, Cambridge Audio, etc. You can also use any DVD player to play CDs.
It's no wonder why members don't want to reply to threads on this site because of the way garebear replied to addyson815.
So garebear..... let me ask this....if a member that has been in this site for a number of years had replied the same way that addyson815 did, would your reply have been the same OR did you think it was ok to reply that way because addyson815 has only been here a short time and has no feedback?
as mentioned earlier, use any input other than phono. On equipment today, most of the inputs are labeled and just because it says "cd" does it mean you have to connect the CD player to it.....use whatever input you want, but just make sure on the front that you select the proper input.
Thank you Mr Riley but you have missed my need for a response to that post altogether. I was somewhat cordial posting the question back to the member to answer my inquiry...if you have something to say that will actually add to the post ; then say it. I put the post up because I was not sure how to exactly hook a CD player to an older receiver, legitimate question or so I thought and as I noted ; Mr Ruebent answered my inquiry. There was no need for Mr Addyson to perpetuate the post no matter how long a member has been on this site questioning basically someone's ( audio ) intelligence. There was no need or value to a post presented as such. I am sure after looking at it again you will or should agree. Mr Ruebent professionally answered my question as well as you have.