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I have aTechnics SA DX940 Receiver I want to connect everything to run thru my Equalizer I need the wiring pictorial for plug jacks between the components I Have A DVD Player,CD player, and VCR My TV is conmnected to cable

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The only way to utilize an EQ with this receiver is to connect the EQ as if it were a tape. Use the tape-in/tape-out connections and set the reveiver in tape monitor mode.
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http://support.radioshack.com/support_audio/doc48/48943.htm

Ten-Band Stereo Frequency
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CAUTIONS: Use only shielded audio cable with RCA-type connectors (not
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WARNING: The equalizer's power cord has a polarized plug. To prevent
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receptacle unless you can fully and easily insert the plug's
blades.

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