Question about Bose 901 VI Main / Stereo Speaker
Thanks for the manual, it should help. However, it is still not clear to me how the switches on the front panel will work simultaneously. If I hook up the equalizer to the tape 2 monitor connections, then choose any of the other buttons (CD, FM, AM, Tape 1 monitor, etc) the Tape 2 monitor (i.e., the equalizer) is switched out of the circuit and does not apply to the other input sources. I am assuming the receiver front panel switches are mutually exclusive. I'll post the results when I try to connect a receiver to the speakers. I need to purchase one first. Thanks again.
please make sure your receiver has a tape monitor switch on the front panel or pre-in/out sockets at the rear. only then all sources will play thru the bose equalizer. also remember if you need a 5.1 or greater setup, you will need 2 amps/receivers.
hope this helps
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