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Power supply connection for pioneer eq-6500

Recently acquired a second-hand Pioneer EQ-6500 9-Band Graphic Equalizer. Cannot locate the original power connection. There are four small slots on the back at the power source, Would like to know which of these relate to ground, power, remote etc. Thank-you

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Top left - orange.....goes to aux or memory wire
top right - blue.......goes to the remote wire used with amps
bottom left - black.......goes to the ground wire
bottom right - red........this goes to your hot wire

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IF THOSE SLOTS SAY HIGH IN PUT DONT USE SHOULD TELL U AT THE BACK WHAT WIRE GOING INTO WHICH SLOT

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