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Hooking it up!

I have an audiosource eq-200 and am looking to connect it to my denon avr-2807. i ultimately would like to fine tune anything listened to through the receiver...or is this not the best way. i listen to music, watch dvd's, watch t.v., & still use my vcr. how do i hook this all up to work through the equalizer?

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    I need hookup instructions for an audiosource graghic eq.

  • foogee Feb 08, 2008

    thanks!

  • Kurt Frank May 30, 2008

    I have a mitsubishi Da-G157 equalizer the I would like to hook up to a sony home reciver

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    did you get it going? Hit me back if you need some help :)

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If the amp has PreIn PreOut connections, then thats the best way to go. Home theatre amps however, have 5 InOuts, and this makes it hard. You can use the tape loop. Hook up the rec out on amp to inputs on EQ, and output of EQ to tape in an amp, then engage the tape monitor function whilst ensuring that the rec selector has the source you wish to use the EQ for.

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