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I have a numark cd1 combo and i need to connect it my preamp and

I have a numark cd1 combo and i need to connect it to my preamp and equalizer and my power amplifier

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1-RCA outs on the cd1, right? Route to ins on the preamp (use adapters if necessary, you don't say what pre and eq you have)
2- if the pre has an effect loop/aux bus or whatever, install the eq in the loop, and output the pre to the ins on the power amp; otherwise route the outs from the pre through the ins on eq then to power amp ins.

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