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Yes, connect to TAPE PLAY.
Then you come out of EQUALIZER OUT to your sound system.
There are other ways to do this, but it all depends on the rest of your system.
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Use the tape monitor loop. Connect from the TAPE REC output on the receiver to the INPUT on the equalizer and from the OUTPUT on the equalizer to the PLAYBACK input on the receiver. YOU can then switch the equalizer in and out using the TAPE MON switch. I think the Model Seven had two tape loops, so just keep everything on the same loop.
The Tapco equalizer was a very popular line of equipment which was eventually bought up by Electro-Voice. Could not find any online manuals, however found online images of back panel. It appears to have Tape Ins & Outs.
Unfortunately the equalizer you have is not compatible with the receiver unless you have special cables that have built in transformers. This unit has T&R connectors (tip & ring) meant for professional sound equipment.
On a typical home stereo receiver you would hook up your equalizer with RCA connectors as follows.
1) You take the output of the equalizer and plug it into the input of the receiver.
2) You take the output of the Receiver and plug it into the input of the equalizer.
Start with lower volume and your tape switch on the receiver to the on position. Play with the various controls on your equalizer to
If is a parametric equalizer is zero watts. ,pionner should have a front, rear and subwoofer connections. If i remenber correctly, a single rca going to your stereo and the rest from eq to amp or amps. Hope this helps ,hope you get WIRED.
There should be the connections from the turntable connected to the input of the equalizer then the output of the equalizer to an amp Some turntables require a preamp so refer to your turntable manual. (Some equalizers act as a preamp) You wont hurt it by trying it.
I use the sg 540 equalizer for cd and tuner. (I have two of them) I also use the sa 940 to power my sound. On the tuner input of the amp, i used standerd rca cables and connected it to the output of the equalizer. then i connected rca cables from the input of the equalizer to the output of the tuner. this only works when the top equalizer button is pushed on. hope it works for you.