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I have this 20 year old JVC turntable and I'm not sure how to work it. I also have a 20 year old equalizer from AudioSource and I'm not so keen on exactly what it is and what it actually does. Please help me!

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The out or the output of your JVC turntable is going to input in the equalizer and the output of your equalizer is going to speaker then works fine try this....

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