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Trying to hook up dbx cx3 preamp to audiosource eq eight\11 and kenwood km991 dont have manual for preamp need help on what plugs in where

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    The preamp says dc9v on it.

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You can get the manual for the cx3 on the link below.

http://www.dbxpro.com/product_downloads/Owner_Manuals/cx3-mkII_Manual.pdf

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