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  • rafaeljjl Dec 12, 2008

    l need to get the schematic of the peavy combo 115.l have to repair my one.please help me.

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Assuming you're referring to the Peavey Combo 115 amp, you enable the equalization feature by pressing the button Identified as "EQ In, EQ Out". With the button pressed (In), you can modify the tone characteristics of your instrument using the 7 different frequency range adjusters. Leaving all at zero does not change your signal at all. You may want to check Wikipedia for a definition of decibel changes to get a good feel for how the equalizer works.

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