No problem - glad to help.
Regarding 78s - how serious you are about them? It goes from "just listen" to restoration - and can be from peanuts to $eriou$ $$$$.
I forgot which cartridge do you have - some do have 78 stylus as an option, most do not. One that is generally available and does not cost an arm and a leg is Audio Technica ATN 95-78 , another popular posibilites are 78 styli for Shure M97xE and for Ortofon OM (Super) - Stylus 78 (approx in ascending price ).
On the other side of the 78 price spectrum is Miyajima Labs from Japan - if those beautiful old records are really mint and your last wish on this earth is to hear them as well as possible : http://www.miyajima-lab.com/e-mono.html
If really serious about 78, you will eventually need a dedicated preamp - curves according to which 78s have been made were anthing but comparably standardized as in LP era. Kabusa has intersting preamps for 78/restoration https://www.kabusa.com/frameset.htm?/phonpre.htm
I presented as broad spectrum as possible, how far ( and deep in the pocket ...) you wish to go is up to you. The above was under assumption that your TT has 78 RPM.
Thanks again! I realize, after a bit of research, that our technics doesn't play 78s. Unfortunately for my wallet, that means I'm going to find a used one that does :)
I appreciate the range of info. I would say I am more than the "just listen" but definitely not at "restoration" levels (yet). We are fortunate to live in an area where there seem to be high-end estate sales with beautiful records being sold for pennies. Just recently we were at a sale for an older woman who passed away. They were selling some amazing 78s in excellent condition for only $1 or $2 each. People don't realize what they have hiding away and they are just trying to get rid of the stuff. I plan to grow the collection that way - but it doesn't help if I can't listen!