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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are several ways to hook up a EQ to amp. If you have a tape monitor unused, you can plug tape-in of amp to 'out' of EQ.
Plug tape out of amp to 'in' of EQ (both channels). When you engage monitor on amp, EQ will work.
Posted on May 30, 2008
Replace capacitor 110 (47uf 25v), it fixed my problem, should cost about 25 cents and take about 1 hour of your time :-)
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
First of all connect the source, the tape or the DVD, to the input of the equaliser, use the output to connect to the AUX of the amplifier. make sure that the L&R are not crossed over. In case your amp has an in and out of the preamp section use then connect the source to the amplifiers input specified for the source like tape or DVD or TV and use the preamp output to the equaliser input and the output of the equaliser to the input of the main ampflier. Now the bass and treble of your amp can be set to the mid point - 12 noon position and use the boost or attenuation according to your choice of music. hope you find my advice helpful. Good day
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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