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I have a Fisher eq and ran the tape outputs to a converter box so I can run 4 other components off the eq istead of just a tape machine, but only the left side I can equalize. The right side is in mono and cannot equalize. K

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YOU need to isolate the cause yourself. Trace each cable for a given signal back to the source. Bypass the EQ and/or the unnamed converter box and figure out where things are failing. Then try swapping channels and/or cables. Examine switch settings. If they are mechanical you may have oxidized contacts.

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The EQ will have another 2 sets of RCA jacks to hook up a second tape deck (because you used the jacks on the receiver for the EQ). You don't have to hook anything to these if you don't want to, or don't have a second tape deck.

The receiver will have a monitor button, which most of the time is labeled as TAPE 2/MONITOR. Select whatever input you want to use (CD, Tuner, Aux, etc.), then press the MONITOR/TAPE 2 button. When that is on, the EQ will be in the audio chain - you'll be able to use the EQ to adjust the sound. If you turn the MONITOR off it will take the EQ out of the audio chain - the EQ settings won't affect the sound.

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Ok, hook the amps RC OUT to the eq's LINE IN.
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I can't even find a reliable picture of the amp but it's not rocket science.

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this is tricky... this will allow you to record to your tape deck, and control the sound via the EQ:
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