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I need help with how to connect these components, wiring is my short coming. I have a fisher ca-276, fm-276, eq-276, cr-w854, mt-854, ad-834.
Any help very much needed.
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Jeff

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SOURCE: i need manuals for hooking

I can't even find a reliable picture of the amp but it's not rocket science.

The Tuner output goes to, say, FM or Aux on the am, anything BUT Phono, which is ONLY for a turntable.

The EQ output goes to the first available Tape In; Input Comes from the same Tape Out. Select that tape function to engage it in line with any source and the downstream electronics (second tape, tone, volume, speakers).

The tape deck output goes to Tape In; Input comes from Tape Out. If there is not a second tape loop on the amp, nest the Tape Deck into the EQ's Tape loop. They always have at least one to replace the one they use. Select THAT tape function to engage it in line with any source and the downstream electronics.

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