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How to connect phono leads

Not sure which order the phono leads connect from the amp to the equaliser

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  • Rommel Cana
    Rommel Cana May 11, 2010

    you need to connect it first to a phono preamp, without this you will not hear it well, before connecting it to equalizer.if your amplifier have phono input connect it there, have your equalizer out connected to tape in, equalizer in to tape out . hope this help.

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  1. Step 1 Check the back of your Stereo for recording input(in) and output (out), your cassette deck may be plugged into these jacks.
  2. Step 2 Connect the RCA/Phono wires to your equalizer's input and output jacks on the back.
  3. Step 3 If your cassette deck or some other component is plugged into the recording jacks in the back of your amplifier, unplug it and plug it into the back of the equalizer under monitor jacks. Be sure that the "out" from the cassette deck goes to the "in" of the equalizer.
  4. Step 4 Now, take the wires from the equalizer and plug them into the amplifier in the same manner: "in" to "out" and visa versa.
  5. Step 5 Once all your wires are connected be sure the "tape monitor button" on the amplifier is on. Turning it off will disable the equalizer. You can still monitor your recording devise or cassette deck by the "monitor switch" on the equalizer.

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