I own these two items technics su-a808 amp & sh-ge70 technics graphic equaliser , please can you tell how they need to be connected up ? i have all the leads for the graphic that are supplied with from new . many thanks
Hi i have a set of Technics hi fi that i need to connect to each other,any one can help me hoow to connect the cd,tape,tuner equalizer to amplifier?and how to connect the remote control of all of it.the model numbers are Technics amplifier SU-X301, Technics cd SL-PJ27A, Technics tuner ST-X301L, Technics Tape RS-301 and Technics equalizer SH-E66.
i have lost the connection since i dismantle them all to bring it to my friend's party but now im unable to put them back together.can anyone help me please?thank you.
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Try this. You need 4 RCA setreo Chord for this.
1. connect the cd player out to the LINE input of Equlizer.
2. connect the Record out of equlizer to Tape's Record input.
3. connect the Play out of the Tape to the Play in of Equlizer.
4. connect the Line out of the Equlizer to the CD input of amp.
Always Select CD in the amp. And select between tape and CD in the Equlizer.
the amp should have an in and out for the cassette player also,, so you would go from the Out on the receiver, to the in on the cassette,, and out of the cassette to the in on the receiver, I don't have nor can I locate that EQ , but basically,, you need to come out of the eq and back the same way you would a Cassette player,,
An equaliser is, put simply, a more complex tone control, giving you the ability to cut or boost more specific frequencies than a tone knob, or bass & treble controls.
It comes in handy for tweaking the sound from your hi-fi to just the way you like it. But beware, as it can make your hi-fi produce sounds that are so bass or treble heavy, that you can damage your speakers if you're not careful.
Adding another compnent into the chain (like a graphic EQ) can add a little background noise but this Technics EQ is a pretty quiet one & you probably won't notice the noise apart from when there's no music playing & you've got the amp turned up high.