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Connection Is there any type of connection adapter so I can hook this up to my TEAC tuner? Thank you, Valerie

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I'm trying to connect a dbx 128 and 118 to my adcom565 preamp, teac tape deck, onkyo tuner, anf radio shack cd recorder, but i'm not sure it can be done. Can anyone help me?

Of course it can be done.

I'm wondering, what's the NEW piece of this puzzle? New dbx gear?

The preamp has two tape loops plus a processor loop (essentially 3 tape loops). You can discount the tuner for this discussion as it already has a dedicated port.

Here's what I would do (and have done *). Get yourself a dbx 400 or dbx 400x Program Route Selector and simplify all of your current and future analog hookup options.

(* I, too, have a CD recorder and a tape deck plus some different dbx units (4bx, 110x-ds; 224) and other toys.)

One on eBay at $59 (a steal so far) expiring Mar 9:

and a link to the manual so you can see how it works:

It takes up ONE tape loop and allows attachment of 3 processors and 3 tape decks PLUS a dbx-style noise reduction system if you have one; and can logically rearrange the processors to be in line with any source and BEFORE, AFTER or BETWEEN tape decks with or without the Noise Reduction Processor involved, all via front panel illuminated buttons.

If you don't want to go the 400x way your options are severely limited re: the tape deck because even though the dbx processors can fit in nicely on the preamp, I don't think the preamp can place them in front of AND after the tape decks, depending on your desires for pre- or post-processing.

Mar 02, 2010 | Bose 901 VI Main / Stereo Speaker

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Connected home cinema today and cant get sound when watching the tv

no sound out of tv?
sometimes that happens and you need to wire sound back to your tv from your amp. usually normal audio cables work.

or if you have no sound on your stereo from the tv.
you must have cables hooked up wrong or your amp is on the wrong selector eg. tuner,tape,dvd,cd. etc

Feb 21, 2010 | Panasonic Speakers & Subwoofers

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Hi, I just purchased a used set of 901s with the original active equalizer. they are both series VI and were bought together. Unfortunately, the man misplaced the installation instructions for the...

If no Amp is used, connect jacks ( Left, Right) from your receiver output to Bose equalizer Input ( L, R) where it says Amplifier. Then also under where it says Amplifier, connect jacks from Output to your speakers. This would require the type of speaker wires that are RCA (plug in, red and white) on one end bare wire on the other to the speakers.
I don't know what the output is on your Kenwood, but if it's low watts, an amp is much better to crank those Bose. It's a different connect with an amp. Go L &R from the receiver to Equalizer as before, then from equalizer to amp Input where it says Tuner. then hook bare speaker wires to back of amp to Bose speakers.
You should have full use of Bose controls. The Monitor button is for an extra component that can be hooked up on the back, right side of equalizer.

Jul 15, 2009 | Bose 901 VI Main / Stereo Speaker

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What is the proper way to connect to home theater system?

Does the Sub have a Low- Level input? This is a RCA type female connector, what you need to do is run a Male RCA cable from your home theatre where it says Sub-OUT and go into the Sub woofer Line in. Unless you only have speaker wire inputs on the back of the Sub then take the Left and Right front into the Sub speaker inputs and then out of the Sub speaker OUTS back to your speakers.

Feb 28, 2009 | Omage BB08 Subwoofer

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Cable Type needed for Advent AW-820 wireless speakers

If I recal correctly these hookup like computer speakers with a 1/8" stereo line with a male plug on it. What you can do is buy the "y" adapter for using the RCA outputs on most devices and use these that way, or you can use them through a headphone jack etc. The adapter is a 1/'8' or 3.5mm Stereo female plug going to (2) RCA Male jacks. usually they come pre labeled red for right and white for left.

Feb 06, 2009 | Recoton Advent Advent AW-820 Main / Stereo...

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Speaker wire to coaxial cable

Yes ! all you have to do is go to radio shack and tell them you want a coaxil to RCA adapter (screw coaxial into wallplate and plug RCA end into sub and your all set!)
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Dec 28, 2008 | JVC SP-PW100 Subwoofer

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Connect powered subwoofer

  • If your receiver has a dedicated subwoofer line level output, we recommend connecting your subwoofer to this jack. Most receivers will have just one (mono) subwoofer output, while quite a few subs require two inputs. You can use an RCA "Y" adapter cord , which is a cable with one female RCA jack at one end, and two male RCA plugs at the other. Some receivers require menu settings (such as "sub-on" or "front speakers-small") that must be made before the sub output will be active.

  • Nov 22, 2008 | Speakers & Subwoofers

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    I need help with a system that I just bought.

    Well it should be like this...Your amp is prologic which means that it has 5+1 outputs (sub out may be for active sub).Connect your speakers on specific output for each one (center,front left,front right,rear left,rear right and sub).Other devices,CD,tuner...connect to the amp with signal RCA-RCA cabels.On the back of the amp you have all marked inputs.You wasn't specific what do you want to hook?!If you want to hook this "new" to kenwood connect rec out of it to aux in on kenwood.If oposite kenwood rec out to "new" aux in.Hope that this is what you need

    Mar 12, 2008 | Speakers & Subwoofers

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    Connect audio components for recording Cassette to CD

    Try this since you do not supply model numbers. If your receiver and CD have digital audio connector (coaxil or fiber) hook the receiver output to the cd input.

    If you do not, see if there is a spare set of RCA jacks for output. If not, just hook up the cd player in the cassette jacks-there is always a cassette in and out-and hook your cd player to an auxillary input or use the cd player input.

    Remeber though, cassettes have inherently more noise than cd so your cds will not sound like a pre-packed cd.

    Dec 22, 2007 | Sony SS-X90ED Main / Stereo Speaker

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