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I was given an old fisher 885 receiver, eq, and tuner. Dont know where all the wires plug in the back and cant get it to work. Any idea where the red and white input wires plug into where?

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Do you mean the CA-885?

I couldn't find any free documentation but I did find pictures.

http://forums.audioholics.com/forums/showthread.php?p=227936

With the exception of PHONO, which is literal and for a turntable ONLY, any input will work with any standard analog stereo audio device output.

RCA Red and White connectors are interchangeable but usually consider Red to be the Right Channel and White to be the left Channel.

The two tape loops are for tape decks or external processors like equalizers. OUTs (RECord) go to INs (PlayBack).

Posted on Mar 22, 2011

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