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How do you connect a eumig c-1000 pre amp between a graphic equalizer and a power amp?

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In general all equalizers, being designed to be in a Tape Monitor loop, have the option to Equalize either the Source or the Tape or nothing. Check for that control and toggle it. My old ADC SS-525X has pushbuttons whose settings (Tape/Source) are not easily determined. I always have to play around with it to know which is selected.

I'm betting your EQ is processing the program that would head out to an attached tape deck.

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How to hook up a 7 band pioneer equalizer great 470 to a Kenwood kr-v6030 receiver


Connecting an Equalizer to a Receiver Before beginning, purchase RCA cables. In order to run the signal from a stereo receiver to the graphic equalizer and then on to the amplifier, two sets of RCA cables are needed. These are basic cables used to connect auxiliary components like record players and CD players. The length of the RCA cables should be about the same length as the distance between the receiver and equalizer.

1. Connect Graphic the Equalizer to the Receiver

The first step in this setup is to connect the graphic equalizer (EQ) to the receiver. Most receivers will have preamp-in and preamp-out connections. Some have tape monitor connections. It's preferable to connect the EQ to the preamp-in or preamp-out because the tape monitor won't allow for connection to the amplifier as well.

2. Connect the RCA Cables

The first set of RCA cables should connect the receiver and equalizer. Connect one pair to the preamp output channels and the other end to the left and right input channels on the EQ. These are on the back side of the equalizer. Usually, the colors will correspond to the RCA plugs. That means connect the red plug to the red jack and the white plug to the white jack. Then connect the second pair of RCA cables between the receiver and the amp. Match the colors in the same way.

3. Connect the Amp to the Receiver

Now the amp can be connected to the receiver via RCA cables in the amp inputs on the receiver. This will create a loop from the receiver through the EQ and amp and back to the receiver so that all three units are connected.

4. Test Graphic Equalizer

Turn on the receiver, amp and equalizer. Once they are powered up, try controlling the sound with the equalizer knobs. They should fine tune the music according to your preferences. It's easy to change the frequency response or tone of the music with the equalizer knobs.

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It sound like it could be the pre-amp that is playing up. The picture you posted shows that the pre-amp can be listened to separately. All you need to do is pull the two black jumpers out. And connect a separate power amp to the "pre out" sockets. Leaving the other two not connected. If the weakness is present you will know it's in the pre-amp and not the power amp stage of your amp.

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According to manual there is pre/amp on Pioneer sx 20 what connections do I use to connect graphic equaliser


Yes, the SX20 includes a preamp including a phono stage. (nice!) There is already equalization in the SX20 available via the bass/treble controls. To hoop up an external graphic equalizer, you should be able to connect it to the 'Recorder' IN/OUT and then select the tape monitor input to hear the equalized signal.

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How to hook up bose 901 active equalizer to onkyo grand integra pre amp?


You don't.

If you have a pre-amp/power-amp combination then the Bose equalizer connects between the two. If you're using the Bose speakers as front L&R, then the connection is between the front L & R pre-out and the power amp's front L & R pre-in.

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How do I hook up a stereo reciver to the technics su-g91


I assume you want to use the SU-G91 as a power amplifier to drive your speakers. If your receiver has connections for inserting an equalizer (may be labeled pre-amp output and power amp input), remove the jumpers between the pre-amp and the power amp, then run cables from the pre-amp to the SU-G91 inputs. You can have an equalizer between the receiver and the integrated amplifier.
If this is not available, use the recording output (for a tape recorder on older receivers). Note that the volume control on the receiver will be bypassed with this connection.

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What plugs into the PRE OUT (L) (R) and the power amp in (L) (R)


Pre Out ( L ) ( R ) can be connected to other Amp Input,

or another Equalizer or Compressor/limiter

Power Amp In , should you need to connect direct to main amp input

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Hi! ALL How do I connect my Yamaha eq-70 to pre amp and power amp my Yamaha thanks


Pre-amp out to input of EQ

Output of EQ to poweramp.

If that doesn't help post all your model numbers and I will look it up.

Cheers,

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I would like to hook-up amp to graphic equalizer i would like picture if possible.


An EQ (equalizer) is generally connected between the low level output of a device (phono, CD, DVD, etc.,) and the amplifier's input. If you choose to place the EQ at this point, only the device connected will be equalized. All the other sources will be unaltered.

A more complete way is as follows:

Some amplifiers have a jacks labeled Left & Right "PRE OUT" and Left & Right "AMP IN" with a heavy gauge wire or strap that connects the left AMP IN & left PRE OUT together; and the right AMP IN and right PRE OUT together. Removal of the wire or strap will cause the amp to fall silent, as the low level signal no longer has a path from the PRE OUT to the AMP IN jacks. If you were to insert the EQ here, the path would be restored - but allowing you to boost or cut the level of certain frequencies BEFORE they are amplified. This is accomplished by connecting PRE OUT to EQ IN and EQ OUT to AMP IN for both the left and right channels.

As I mentioned, only some amps have these PRE OUT and AMP IN jacks - many however do not. In this case, you may be able to use the TAPE MON jacks. The TAPE MON is the Tape Monitor and appears on most "half-way decent" receivers. These jacks were provided to enable listening to a tape in nearly "real time" as it was being recorded on higher end "3 head" tape recorders. If you don't have a "3 head" tape deck (most do not), you can use these jacks the same as the PRE OUT and AMP IN jacks above. This is accomplished by connecting the TAPE OUT to EQ IN and the EQ OUT to the TAPE IN for both the left and right jacks. You would then select the source of the music - be it CD, Phono, etc. and with the EQ powered, pressing the TAPE MON button on the receiver, you could hear the difference between the EQ in the circuit and the EQ out of the circuit.

The key in the examples above is that there is always an input connected to an output. Don't connect inputs to inputs and outputs to outputs. Take your time and work one cable at a time - one end to an input and the other to the corresponding output.

Some situations may arise if using Dolby Digital, THX, etc. type input signals. Sometimes it is not possible to equalize them. If you have sources (DVD, Satellite Receivers, etc.) that have an optical or coaxial connection, those will be the ones that may have undesired affects. The familiar RCA type jacks for left and right signals should work perfectly.

I'll see if I can find a link with a picture...

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How do i connect graphic equalizer to reciever


A graphic Equalizer (GE) is acomprehensive tone controller which enables cut and boost over wide range of frequencies a Klark Technik DN27 was a mon unit and had 27 bands) And a DN22 was stereo with 11 bands /ch

They are called as named because when viewed from a distance they look like a graph of the sound.

Normally a GE is inserted into the signal chain between the pre amp outputs and the power amp inputs.

So look on your equipment for these rca /jacks. (pre out) (amp in)

It is possible to do the in /out fubctions on one connector (stereo jacks) so look for jacks marked insert point.

This will be a very suitable place for the GE connection.

Hopw this helps. thanks for using Fixya

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