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Trying to put together mixer,Amp,preamp,EQ and dvd player.

Hi, im need help trying to put together a karaoke system and its all individual pieces i have a pyramid 1000xamp,nady geq231graphic equalizer,gem sound preamplifier and av mixer that im trying to put together is there anyhow you can help me ?

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