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RE:simple hook up proceedures for an input amp

I bought a Bogen power vector V35,35W modular input amp. I need the owners manual so that I may properly hook this unit up.

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Now with this system u have to insert I/O modular in order for this unit to work here is a little info I found online
http://assets.twacomm.com/assets/pdf/7840.pdf

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