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Hookup how 2 hook up my 15 band eq 2 my 7.1 HT_SR800

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If ur using it for cd player u take the Right Out an Left Out put it in to Eq Right In an Left IN An next to it there is Right Out Left Out an to the reciver you put Right In an Left In Do that with dvd,tape....
what ever it is your trying to hook up
Right is Red
Left is White

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Where is pre out im having trouble hooking up amp and eq


You have to use the TAPE 2 (or monitor) on the receiver. It will take two sets of RCA cables. Both the receiver and the EQ will have an input and an output.

  • Run the output/REC (from TAPE 2) to the input on the EQ.
  • Then, run the input from the receiver (TAPE 2 again) to the output on the EQ.
The EQ will have another 2 sets of RCA jacks to hook up a second tape deck (because you used the jacks on the receiver for the EQ). You don't have to hook anything to these if you don't want to, or don't have a second tape deck.

The receiver will have a monitor button, which most of the time is labeled as TAPE 2/MONITOR. Select whatever input you want to use (CD, Tuner, Aux, etc.), then press the MONITOR/TAPE 2 button. When that is on, the EQ will be in the audio chain - you'll be able to use the EQ to adjust the sound. If you turn the MONITOR off it will take the EQ out of the audio chain - the EQ settings won't affect the sound.

Keep in mind, the EQ will also have a button to select the TAPE 2 input. If you have a second tape deck hooked up to the EQ, this is how to use it. Make sure that the tape input is off on the EQ, if you aren't listening to that second tape deck.

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Mar 09, 2016 | Audio Players & Recorders

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It would help to know what equalizer you have, but I will assume it is a stereo analog unit. With the exception of the Tape In/Out connections on the back of the receiver there is really no provision for an equalizer. Even the Tape I/O connections are of little use if you can't monitor the source through the Tape In connections. Even if that were to work, it will not function for any digital sources you may have. You should be able to install this between an analog external source and the input to the receiver if you have one particular device you would like to tweak.
There are equalizer settings you can control within the receiver itself. You have the option of selecting the manual method for equalizer settings for each speaker or the default automatic method. Granted there are only 5 frequencies (3 for the sub) that you can adjust, but the fact that you can adjust each speaker separately is an advantage. The following was taken from the owner's manual:
• The front, center, surround, and surround back speakers
can be adjusted at 80 Hz, 250 Hz, 800 Hz,
2500 Hz, and 8000 Hz. The subwoofer can be adjusted
at 40 Hz, 80 Hz, and 160 Hz.
• While the Direct or Pure Audio listening mode is
selected, the equalizer settings have no effect.
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [SETUP], [ENTER], and arrow
buttons.

This is a very good receiver with some great features. If you have performed the Automatic Speaker Setup, you can go to the equalizer setting and select Off, Audyssey (automatic) or Manual.

Hope this helps.

Oct 15, 2008 | Onkyo HTR500 Receiver

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Install a equalizer to Teac Ag D9100 Receiver


From what I can tell (from photos), you'd hook an equalizer in the Tape 1 or Tape 2 path, where the EQ takes its input from the receiver's Tape 1/2 output and the EQ feeds its output to the receiver's Tape 1/2 input. When you want to switch the EQ into the signal path, you just push the tape monitor button for whichever tape path you hooked up.

Jul 24, 2015 | Teac Audio Players & Recorders

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Can you have just 2 channel by hooking up to right & left front speaker posts on 5.1 surround


short answer.....no. If you hook more than one speaker up to a single channel, it will lower the impedence and will damage the amp. You can hook up multiple speakers by using a speaker switch box between the speakers and the amp. This will match the impedence and should keep the amp from blowing.

Dec 21, 2014 | Panasonic Technics SA-G76 AV Control...

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I have a Yamaha HTR-5890 receiver and I am trying to hook up a Yamaha EQ-32 10 band graphic equalizer to the receiver. The frequency spectrum analyzer on the equalizer is working but the graphic...


must have the tape monitor to work the regular tape loop does not physically go back into the receivers processor.

only other solution is if the receiver has PRE out and ins use the PRE out to the EQ then back into the PRE in.

if you have the OUT but no in then the solution would be to go out of the EQ and into an external amp.

In my experience "young adults" like using EQ's to boast bass output.

If that's your goal a POWERED subwoofer is what you need.(check out polk audio direct on ebay)

Your unit is a 7.1 surround receiver the reason that it doesn't have the capability for an EQ is that it messes up the surround sound processor.

If the sound is not what you are looking for the issue more than likely is with the speakers. post a messege with what you want to achieve and I'll try to point you in the right direction.

Dec 29, 2009 | Yamaha HTR-5890 Receiver

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Toslink and 7.1 surround


For you to process 7.1 you need another pair of speakers. Your setup is 5.1 If you want to see some different 7.1 setups just google images of 7.1 speaker setups. Seeing it it easier than explaining it. Hope this helps

Jun 25, 2009 | Denon AVR-886 Receiver

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Cant get equalizer to work with my receiver


This might work fish76, The EQ needs a in & out source to operate correctly? If you have audio device connected to an aux input disconnect that & connect the EQ to that audio device & then plug the EQ to the Sony receiver AUX input. The tape monitor is the most important source for hooking up an EQ device, so you are very limited on a total receiver or amp tonal connection source. The bottom line is you can only use the EQ if another audio source to plug into it & the EQ plugs to your pre-amp input on the back of your rec or amp

Feb 03, 2009 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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EQ hookup????


Yes I do! I hade the same problem so went to radio shack and got tow Y -RCA splitters with one male and tow female works great!!

Dec 23, 2008 | Sony STR-DE545 Receiver

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KENWOOD KA-691 AMP. HOOKUP


ok well rca cables does your amp have all the inputs u need video 1 2 tv cd dvd ect run casete deck play out to tape in on amp cd to cd dvd to dvd rca cables unless u use coxail digital ok now the eq only has 1 in put unless u wann run itthrow a pre amp out and in if amp has that sum dont if not pick 1 or 2 to run into eq on ther own chs then back out form eg into tape 2 monitor in ok or whatever u want so u rember what ch thats on vcr run red white to video in sterio only and s video to tv or yellow comsite vcabel ok does that help

Jan 17, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Hooking up an EQ on a Yamaha HTR 5860


Are you nuts? You dont need EQ to this system.This is such a nice syetem,inbuilt EQ gives very good output.Don't try to connect EQ if you are not an engineer.It can be connected with external source

Feb 10, 2007 | Yamaha HTR-5860 Receiver

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