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How to hook the eq up??

Yes i have a peq3400 dual 2/3octave eq and i want to hook it up to a peavey xr700cdual powered mixing console.how can i do this???

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Take output from left and right from equalizer and go to line in any two channels inputs in peavey mixing console and adjust your level with faders and other control knobs.

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