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Installing RCA outputs on an EQ.

On my 9band graphic equalizer booster there are RCA input leads.but only speaker wire outputs.The circuit board has marked locations for RCA outs.Can i install my own?or is there a reason their not there?

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You can, but first touch the 2 speaker wires to the RCA connections on the circuit board and see if sound comes out. IF so, then solder in 2 RCA jacks

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