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I have an a long mill graphic equalizer to go in my car.
The problem im having is there are 4 phono cables coming out of it.
i dont know which connects to were?

I have some idea that one comes from the head unit the other 3 go to the amps. But which ones.

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Not that not how is goes the one from the radio connect to radio and from the eq to your amp hope this help you

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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    rteemon Jul 07, 2009

    not that not how is goes the one from the radio connect to radio and from the eq to your amp hope this help you

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