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How to hook up kenwood equalizer GE-46, tunner KT-56, cassette deck KX56W and amplifier KA-76 with each other

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Hello Pandit, the sequence of connections that I suggest, is the following, you connect the tuner KT-56 in the Tuner input of the KT-76 amplifier, the Cassettera deck in the Tape 1 connections of the KT-76, and the GE- equalizer 46 on the Tape 2 connections
I sent you the link to download the KT-76 user manual
on the third page there is a description of the connections, in your case instead of cassette 2 you will connect the GE-46 equalizer
I hope you manage to interconnect all the equipment and enjoy good music
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Pandit, la secuencia de conexiones que te sugiero, es la siguiente, conectas el sintonizador KT-56 en la entrada Tuner del amplificador KT-76, la Cassettera deck en las conexiones de Tape 1 del KT-76, y el ecualizador GE-46 en las conexiones de Tape 2
Te env?o el link para que descargues el manual de usuario del KT-76
en la tercer pagina hay una descripci?n de las conexiones, en tu caso en vez de la cassettera 2 conectaras el ecualizador GE-46
Espero que logres interconectar todos los equipos y disfrutes de buena m?sica
Saludos Franco Dosil
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Posted on May 02, 2019

Testimonial: "Thanks for the help friend, but my amplifier is not having in built equalizer. my equaliser is a separate unit GE-46. Pl.can you help for the same."

  • Franco Dosil
    Franco Dosil May 02, 2019

    Hello Pandit, thanks for your comments, I will try to assist you so you can interconnect your Kenwood GE-46 equalizer, with your Kenwood KA-76 amplifier
    The Kenwood GE-46 equalizer has two sets of RCA connections on its rear panel, one is Line In and another Line Out
    The first, Line In, is connected to the Kenwood amplifier KA-76, on the rear panel, to the RCA connection, Rec Out of Tape2, the second, Line Out, is connected to the Kenwood KA-76 amplifier, on the panel later, to the RCA connection, Play In of Tape2,
    This way you can connect your GE-46 equalizer with your amplifier KA-76
    To be able to hear the sound processed by the equalizer, you must press the Tape2 key on your KA-76 amplifier
    I hope that you have been more understandable my comment
    enjoy your Kenwood sound system
    Greetings Franco Dosil


    Hola Pandit, gracias por tus comentarios, tratare de asistirte para que puedas interconectar tu ecualizador Kenwood GE-46, con tu amplificador Kenwood KA-76
    El ecualizador Kenwood GE-46 tiene en su panel posterior dos juegos de conexiones RCA, una es Line In y otra Line Out
    La primera, Line In, va conectada en el amplificador Kenwood KA-76, en el panel posterior, en el juego de conexi?n RCA, Rec Out de Tape2, la segunda, Line Out, va conectada en el amplificador Kenwood KA-76, en el panel posterior, en el juego de conexi?n RCA, Play In de Tape2,
    De esta manera podr?s conectar tu ecualizador GE-46 con tu amplificador KA-76
    Para poder escuchar el sonido procesado por el ecualizador, debes presionar la tecla Tape2 en tu amplificador KA-76
    Espero que te haya quedado mas comprensible mi comentario
    disfruta de tu sistema de sonido Kenwood
    Saludos Franco Dosil

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Connect the RCA Outputs of the Tuner to the RCA inputs for Tuner on the amp.
Connect the output of the Tape Deck to the Tape Input on the amp.
Connect the input of the Tape Deck to the Tape Output on the amp.

Select Tuner on the amp to listen to the tuner.
Select tape Monitor to hear the Tape Deck(s).

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Find the manuals or go by the basic INs to OUTs rule. REC = OUT, Play = IN. "Tuner" and "Aux/CD" are not literal. They're for anything BUT a turntable. But remember ONLY a turntable would ever use "PHONO".

This picture shows the rear of the KA-88

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Register and download the CD manual for free at retrevo.com

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Outs go to Ins. Turntable goes to PHONO. Tape Deck goes into Tape REC and Playback. All other inputs are Line Level and interchangeable despite the labeling. RCA cables all.

One speaker pair per speaker post set. Stripped ends of lamp cord suffice. Don't short anything or make any changes with power on.

It ain't rocket science.

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SOURCE: Don't know how to hook up kenwood ka-994

Hi,

Check the bellow link for the user manual of kenwood KA-994. In page number 4 of the user manual You can see how to make the connections to the receiver


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