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How do I hook up the two stereo output RCA wires ( 1 L & 1R ) to the EQ input wires that are green/green&white & grey/grey&white?

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Can i use my pyramid eq at home with a stereo

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You can not run your high outputs into your low inputs or vice versa. Your low has a little power and no watts. Using the low output must be into an amp or eq. Good luck.

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You will only be able to control 1 pair of speakers, you can try an inline converter. always buy a stereo with 3 preouts especially if you plan on using equalizers/amps ect

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