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No rcas inputs on amp

I have a ACAP501Q amp, ithink lol . but there r no rca jack in put show do i hook it up?

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Hello sting_ya_sco,

The ACAP501Q has 2 sets of of RCA jacks. The first set is input and 2nd preamp outputs. The jacks are factory covered with plastic protectors. Just pull the protectors off and plug in the cables.

Hope this helps.

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