Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Ron there is no such manual except those that might come with the Equalizer- Actually , the process is very simple. You take the output of the equalizer in hook to tape in. Tale the record out of the tape loop and hook to input of the equalizer. Then the equalizer will work when the tape look (tape monitor) for the receiver is selected- that is why it is called a tape loop as signal goes out and comes back in. If you have Pre outs and Pre in you could use it there too. In the tape loop connection any tape deck is then hooked to the Equalizer tape inputs- some have two.
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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