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From your DVD you must use your Audio lines R & L ( maybe Red and White RCA cords) to the input of the equaliser's R & L . Next use another set of RCA cables to connect the output of the equaliser to the R & L of the Amplifier. Now your audio is connected, The video of the DVD can be connected tthrough your Amplifier's Video input- choose the input correspond to your DVD audio input.. can be 1,2 or 3. You can also connect the video directly to the TV if your amp does not have this provisiton.
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