Question about Bose 901 VI Main / Stereo Speaker
How can i use two equalizers, one each, for each set of bose 901's. I have two monitor in and outs on my NAD 372, but can't seem to get it working. I can get one working, but is it actually working on both A & B speakers?
As I have figured from your question you are trying to independently control levels for two sets of Bose speakers attached to your NAD amplifier. The problem lies in that the amplifier can only read one signal at a time, so in theory it will only accept a signal from one equalizer and output it to speakers attached to A and/or B terminals. In order to process different eq settings to two seperate pairs of speakers you will need to use two amplifiers, or an amplifier with built in channel controls for speaker set A and speaker set B.
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Jun 17, 2014 | Bose 901 VI Main / Stereo Speaker
Examine your receiver to be sure it has a tape monitor loop. Receivers with a tape monitor loop will have a button or switch on the front for "Tape Monitor," and have two sets of RCA connections on the back, one labelled "Tape In," and the other "Tape Out."
Take the two cables that are provided with the 901 speakers and insert one end of the first cable into the "Amplifier Input" jacks of the equalizer. Connect the red connector to the R input and the other connector to the L input. Connect the other end of this cable into the "Tape Out" connections on the receiver. Again, hook red to R and the other to L.
Connect the second cable between the "Amplifier Output" jacks of the 901 receiver and the "Tape In" connections on the receiver. Follow the guidelines in Step 2 for R and L connections.
Plug the 901 equalizer into a 120-volt electrical outlet. Your 901 equalizer is now installed.
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