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I have a parametric equalizer, which has only three wires. How do I connect it up to my car stereo?

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Most of the time you'll have 1 yellow or red for power 1 black for your ground and 1 blue for your remote then all thats left is your RCA jacks some eq are different and has more wires to none hope this was helpfull

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