Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
Basically here are the connections you have to do:
In case you don't have tape recorder forget the "box" named tape recorder. Your RX-V992 is the box named receiver or preamplifier. You have to connect with RCA - RCA cables the tape out from the RV-X992 to Bose input, and the Bose output to tape in at RV-X992. With the setup connected like this whenever you choose from the RV-X "tape monitor" you will hear the sound equalized from Bose; if you disable the "tape monitor" switch you will hear without any equalization.
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Posted on May 11, 2010
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