Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Use the tape loop on the receiver, and connect the REC out to the input of the EQ. The output of the EQ goes to play in on the amp. If you have a tape loop on the EQ, then this is where you connect a tape deck. Engage the tape monitor and be sure that you have selected the source you want to EQ on the rec out selector(if you have one).
This is the only way to connect an EQ if the amp is without pre-in pre-out connections. If they are, then use them in the same manor as the tape loop. Good luck, get back to me here is you have any problems. A "FixYa" rating will help my profile and would be great for my time giving you this info. Cheers
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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