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Dont know how to connect everything so it all works

All technics seperates
amp is su-v3,eq is sh-8015,tape is rs m233xand the cd player is sl-pg590
help please

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You need a small mixer from radio shack near you.
1-connect cd player to channel 1 in mixer.
2-connect tape to channel 2 in mixer.
3-connect mixer out to equalizer in.
4-connect equalizer out to amp in.

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