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Pioneer spec 1 and spec 2 hook up with RG 2 processor and audiosource eq 1

I need to have help on hooking up my eq with the rg 2 the amp and pre amp work, I just moved and somehow I forget how to hook up everything
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Preamp out---------to equalizer in-------------equalizer out----to amplifier in-----------amplifier out----------to loudspeakers.

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I can't make out the label for tape copying. You want the 901 EQ to be the "TO" when 'copy' is selected. That way it's EQ will not affect your taping to the upstream deck or processor. Or in your case, you want the RG-1 to proceess the audio first, not after the 901 EQ changes it.

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