Question about Spectrum Technical Hifi EQ-B5100 Professional Equalizer with (Black) Home Equalizer
Hi. First I apologize for my ignorance but I have been given a Ritron equalizer (vintage it seems) - 20 channel in all - 10 on each side. I would need to know how to connect it to my Kenwood receiver or to my Yamaha vintage amplifier if I want to go that route - and assuming it's the amp we connect to.
The EQ has the following confusing array of connections at the back.
Under TAPE we have two connections (L and R) for MONI and OUT. Under LINE, there are two connections under OUT , and then, next to that a bank that states : 2 - IN - 1, with two connections under the 2 and two connection under the 1 (again L and R). It's very confusing. Could you please help keeping in mind that I know nothing about connecting vintage equipment. Many thanks
Record out-------equalizer in---------equalizer out-------playback in.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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