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I do not remember reconnecting the front panel connector cables

Hello the manual and drivers can be downloaded here:

The file maybe has to be unziped.

Just click on the link for download and you need adobe reader to read the content.

Most front panel connections look like this:


Or this:


But i always recommend to look in the manual.

Hope this help was good

Jan 06, 2013 | EliteGroup ECS 760GX-M 1.1 SOCKET754 ATX...

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Need manual

Ron there is no such manual except those that might come with the Equalizer- Actually , the process is very simple. You take the output of the equalizer in hook to tape in. Tale the record out of the tape loop and hook to input of the equalizer. Then the equalizer will work when the tape look (tape monitor) for the receiver is selected- that is why it is called a tape loop as signal goes out and comes back in. If you have Pre outs and Pre in you could use it there too. In the tape loop connection any tape deck is then hooked to the Equalizer tape inputs- some have two.

Dec 31, 2012 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Dynacord Powermate 1000 Mixer MK1 manual, where can i get one?

Do you mean teh Powermate 1000 powered mixing board? Dynacord has the manuals for some of their products on their site: . The direct link to the manual for the PowerMate 1000 is . Note the English documentation starts on page 31.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 01, 2011 | Electrical Supplies

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Connecting a tape deck and equalizer to a stereo receiver

Outs to Ins in a Tape Loop on the receiver. Model numbers make it easier if we or you can find the manuals for the receiver. If only one Tape Loop, nest the tape deck into the tape loop on the equalizer.

Sep 15, 2011 | Technics SH-GE70 Home Equalizer

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In a Tape Loop on any receiver. Outs to Ins. The EQ itself has two tape loops for tape decks or other processors.

But if the receiver is an digital AVR you will only be able to EQ (or any Tape Loop-attached device) on analog 2-channel sources. Selection of the Tape Loop almost always disables any digital audio sources.

Jul 23, 2011 | Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders

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MY AMP SU-Z600 AS RCA JACKS tape rec out extplayback & the EQ has tape rec out /playback how do they interconnect

Simply stated: TheEQoes onto a Tape Loop of the receiver. Outs to Ins but keeping in mind the EQ's own Tape Out's and In's are for any tape recorder attached to IT. Loops withn loops.

Apr 14, 2011 | Technics Audio Players & Recorders

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Trying to hook up numark eq2400 to pioneer sx-255r

You have to select any available 'tape loop' .

Receiver Tape Out (Rec) - to INPUT

Receiver Tape In (Play) - from OUTPUT 1 or 2

A tape deck would hang off the back of the EQ using ITS tape loop.

Feb 13, 2011 | Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders

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I recently aquired a carver c9 sonic hologram generator without a manual..... from what I have read it can be hooked up between amp and pre amp but there are other ways? advantages?

A tape loop connection would allow you to bypass it completely, otherwise not much difference.

Attach it in any tape loop as you would any other processor or tape deck. Or get a dbx 400 Program Route Selector that supports 3 tape decks and 3 processor loops and allows selection and utilization of any or all before or after the tapes, while using only one tape loop on the receiver or preamp.

I have a C-9, a 400 and some other audio toys to justify having the 400.

The C-9 is interesting.

Dec 26, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Drawing of Cobra 2 Sub box

Alright, I looked up that sub and I think I know what you need. First and most importantly every sub woofer enclosure is different-made for the sub woofer you will be using. Unless you have the same exact model DYNACORD is using, your box will be slightly different. In fact depending on the sub, your box may be dramatically different. There are some people, like myself, that could help design an enclosure for you but they will probably charge for their services. Either way you can go on the internet and look at some designs to give you an idea of what you need to build. The particular design DYNACORD chose to use is called a "Vented direct radiating cabinet" (it also uses a couple other electronic goodies) a little complex to understand and build. Sure you could try to copy it but it won't work right unless you have the same sub. In fact I use a computer program to assist me in this regard, so don't feel bad if you don't get it right the first time. Good luck and I'll leave you with something from Dynacord.

DYNACORD´s COBRA-SUB is a vented direct radiating
cabinet, equipped with the high-power Electro-Voice EVX
180B 18" transducer.
Frequency response is 38Hz - 170Hz (-10dB), so the crossover
frequency to Mid-Hi cabinets, e.g. DYNACORD´s
COBRA-TOP can be chosen strictly application-oriented
between 80Hz and 160Hz.
The cabinet is equipped with an electronic circuit called
the terminal voltage of the transducer and simulates the
thermal behaviour of the woofer´s voice coil. In case of
potential thermal overload the power applied to the speaker
is reduced to a safe level.
Power amps up to 1200W/8Ohms can be used in order to
have maximum dynamic range without the danger of thermal
overload in non-controlled situations. The VOICE COIL
TRACKING PROTECTION exhibits “soft” switching characteristics,
so no annoying clicks or pops are audible. The
circuitry automatically resets after the voice coil temperature
has reached a safe value.
The COBRA-SUB cabinet is made of 18mm birch plywood.
All corner joints and braces are grooved and glued. The
cabinet´s surface is coated with an extremely durable Polyurethane
which exceeds the quality of a standard lacquer
finish by an order of magnitude. A powder coated steel grille
and a lockable cover protects the COBRA-SUB against
damage during transport and bad environmental conditions.
The connector panel uses two 4-pole Speakon connectors
(IN/OUT) for a safe connection and easy daisy-chaining to
other cabinets. The pin assignment is 1+/1-. Pins 2+ and 2-
are also connected between the two Speakon connectors.
When using DYNACORD power amp racks, the whole system
can be wired with 4-pole Speakon cables without any
danger of accidental wiring mistakes. Four recessed rigging
tracks and two webbing-strap points can be used for easy
“flying” of the COBRA-SUBs. The cabinet is equipped with
four large ABS feet that allow easy stacking and a “snap-on
flying” even in angled positions.
Two handles and four heavy-duty castors on the rear side
guarantee easy and safe transport.

Mar 15, 2009 | ElectroVoice EVX-180B Car Subwoofer

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