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I have an ADC equalizer model # SS-100SL i'm

I have an ADC equalizer model # SS-100SL i'm trying to hook it up to a pioneer receiver model # SX-1600. I also have a CD and CASS. hooked up to the reveiver. Individual components on all, the reviever, cd player, cass. player and the equalizer. So I just need help hooking the equalizer up to the receiver.
On the back of the REC. I have 3 inputs (PHONO-CD-AUX/VCR) then next to that is the TAPE ADAPTOR- (REC.OUT& PLAY IN)
On the back of the EQU. it has LINE IN & LINE OUT next to that is TAPE IN & OUT
On the back of the CASS. has INPUT REC. next to that is OUTPUT PLAY.
On the CD is FIXED and VARIABLE. Which I'm using a patch cord (red & white connectors) from the FIXED to CD input on the REC.

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  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2009

    je ne sais pas comment brancher un equalizer adc ss-100sl a un amply pionner prologic + a mon cd

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Record out-------equalizer in-------equalizer out------tape in

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