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Record deck produces sound from one speaker only, yet on tapes and cd's the sound i in stereo

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This sound like a bad connection on the player...Check cables and jacks!

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

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I presume you realize none of these things produces speaker amplification. A receiver would do that and facilitate graceful and simultaneous interconnections. But it's not a necessity for selective interconnective between them, just not all at the same time.

I can't find any details on anything you named except the Tuner.

Typically, the tuner would use an RCA pair to go to a receiver AUX, TUNER or other Line Level input for source selection and amplification. Lacking a receiver, run it to the Tape Deck inputs for recording.

Ditto for the CD changer, but you'll probably have to disconnect the tuner.

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You don't mention the model number, so this info is generic:
Think of it like water flowing, in one end and out the other. Each patch cord will run from the input to an output. The receiver or amplifier has inputs for the tuner, tape deck(s), turntable (sometimes high & low) and auxiliary, which could be TV or whatever other sound source you have, a cd player, e.g.
The outputs from the various sound players will go to the inputs on the receiver. The tape deck will also have an input - that's for the tape out from the receiver, which sends a signal of other sources to the tape for recording.
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Use red on right, white on left, and be consistent.
Speaker wires should be connected in phase, i.e. make sure the striped side of the wire is always either plus or minus, but be consistent from speaker to speaker, and do the same on both ends of the connection, from amp(receiver) to speaker.
Here and here are a couple of links to helpful articles for more information.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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