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Technics SH8020 graphic eq how do i connect to my amp

My amp is a standard jvc amp but im not sure how i connect

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SOURCE: technics su-a808 amp & sh-ge70 graphic equaliser.

connect your media source(dvd-cd player)to equalizer in-connect equalizer out to amplifier line in-or aux in-connect amplifier out to your loudspeaker.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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SOURCE: How to connect a Technics Graphic Equalizer to a JVC stereo system?

your situation is not so easy to solve but the ideal solution to connect everything to mixer(line in) and connect equalizer to main inserter in mixer(in this you got equalizer work with all media)(check mackie mixer dealer and ask about model have main inserter.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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SOURCE: dont know how to connect everything so it all works

you need a small mixer from radio shack near you.
1-connect cd player to channel 1 in mixer.
2-connect tape to channel 2 in mixer.
3-connect mixer out to equalizer in.
4-connect equalizer out to amp in.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I up Receiver/EQ/Amp?

In the order you state them.

Receiver, EQ, Amplifier,

These graphic eq's and the amplifiers are pin 2 hot on the XLR by default (which is the norm) unlike some other makes. Handy to know when making up cables from receivers like this.

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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SOURCE: eq to receiver

Connect through the tape monitor jacks and if a tape deck is used connect it to the eq! Check your owners manual if you still have it or download one.

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

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