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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Referring to the picture and remembering that ONLY 901's can run off of any particular amplifier.
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.
In to Outs. Both the RG-1 and the 901 Active EQ have facilities for attaching other processors or tape deck(s) within their tape loops. In a pinch you could daisy-chain the RG-1 in front of the Bose 901 EQ on a single tape loop to free up the other one.
Go to Bose.com for the manual and specific pictures of the hook-up.
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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