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Do the following: 0. With EQ off connect the CD to one of the Audio inputs.
1. Turn the receiver's volume control to its lowest setting. Then, set the receiver's tone controls to their positions.
2. Set the equalizer's slide controls to 0 dB (center positions).
3. Be sure BYPASS is out. If BYPASS is in, press BYPASS to release it.
4. Press POWER to turn on the equalizer's power. The POWER indicator lights. Then turn on the receiver's power.
5. Select the receiver's tape monitoring feature.
6. Turn on the audio source's power. Using the receiver's controls, select the audio source.
7. Be sure both of the equalizer's TAPE MONITOR buttons are out.
8. Start the CD, and adjust the receiver's volume.
9. Adjust the equalizer's slide controls for the desired sound. View the effect of the adjustments on the SPECTRUM DISPLAY.

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