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Need schematic wiring diagram MPA-25 PA Amplifier Realistic 32-2033

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Schematic diagram Realistic 40 watt amp, part # 32-2054.


This unit looks to be a AC/DC PA amplifier. Here's an owners manual if you don't have one. That and a parts list is about all I could find. Mike
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How do I hook up my realistic mpa 25 20watt pa amplifier


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Looking for manual Realistic MPA-40 35W


I have a realistic mpa-40 35 -watt pa amplifier owner's manual
cat, no, 32-2032A
You can conyact me @ ltlerock@aol.com

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