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Connecting An Equalizer

I wanted to connect an equalizer to the Teac AG-D8900 for an extra boost. How should do it?

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Re: Connecting An Equalizer

You will need 6 equalizers or 3 stereo equalizers.

connect the 5.1 analogue outputs of your media player (DVD Player) to the equalizer and then connect the analogue output of the equalizer to the AVR.

now you can equaize the sound for extra boost and cut.

Warning: it is not recomended to do so unless you have a powerful amp and high quality and higher wattage speakers, as equalizers are ment to be used mainly for entertianment zones and outdoors in professional applications.
the home speakers annd electronics are not really capable of taking such electronic stress as they are designed to work indoors in a confined space.
but if you are confident go ahed.

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