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Since you have not mentioned the amplifier I am not aware if the amp does have an preamp input and output. In case you have these then the output of the preamp of the main amp must be connected to the input of the equaliser and the output of the equaliser must go to the input of the main amplifier. The sources can be connected to the amplifer according to the selected device.If your amp does not have the preamp input/output then connect the source to the input of the equaliser and the output of the equaliser to the aux of the main amplifier.Now set your amp's bass and treble to mid point and set yout equaliser accordingly. Hope this helps. Good day

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