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The EQ is made to go between two devices such as a preamplifier then to the EQ then to your receiver or TV to EQ then to your receiver, depending on what you are trying to do. This is how you hook it up. TV line out goes to EQ line in. EQ line out goes to receiver line in. The receiver is then selected to use line in by a push button on your receiver or by other means that says line in to select that as your source from the front receiver panel. The red rca line cable is for the right side and the white is your left side of the audio. your receiver now can hook to the speakers and you have control of the volume up and down from your receiver. Now if you are going to go from your receiver to a high powered amplifier then the line out on your receiver would go to the line in on the EQ and the line out on the EQ would go to the amplifier line in. The amplifier would have to be able to control the volume up and down as line in and line out volumes are fixed. Record output jack is for recording where the jack goes to a recording device line input. The play is the recorder line out that plugs into that jack. Ignore those two jacks for your purpose.

RCA Audio... | Answered 2 days ago


i press the nap button and hold down the cancel button and it works fine

RCA Radio Alarm... | Answered on Nov 12, 2018


The 5 digit codes for most programmable universal remote controls for RCA televisions are:
11547

11447
10047
10093
10679
11047
11147
11247
11347
11781
11948
11953
12002
12187
12247
12434

RCA Direct Tv... | Answered on Nov 11, 2018


Sometimes it just needs to be grounded. Look for a grounding wire and attach it to a grounded source. Unplug it and the plug it in again after grounding. My turntable goes through this same hum at times and usually it is just that the grounding wire came loose. You can try pushing the wire into the ground in the wall receptacle as well but be careful that you only insert it into the ground portion.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Nov 05, 2018


Request the schematic diagram for model RS2050 directly from RCA.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Nov 05, 2018


Your DVD player should have some video output connections. Depending on the model, will determine the converter you need to get from the dvd output to the hdmi input of tv.

A local cal electronics store (Best Buy, Fry's) etc. can get you the one you need. Might be easier to just bring DVD player in and show them if you're not familiar with the connections.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Oct 29, 2018


Check for a failing power supply

RCA Audio... | Answered on Oct 28, 2018


Hmm. let me see if I get U correctly. you use u'r theater system with a TV and the audio is fed via optical or U have DVD player that you can feed the audio via optical or coax. I think it is the later, if it is U could be having trouble with sound decoding setting of the DVD player itself. It's like mpeg out or PCM out instead of full DTS or 5.1 dolby digital decoding. If this is the case just use u'r dvd remote and check the audio play back settings. If this does not solve u'r problem, pls state u'r set up briefly, so tht I can understand the type of connection u use. Happy troubleshooting Rifaa

RCA RT2390... | Answered on Oct 27, 2018


you must copy the files into PC and after that you must use an audio files convertor. ( http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/voc) or use winamp Media player 5.6, videolan VLC media player to open the .voc files

RCA VR5230 Voice... | Answered on Oct 11, 2018


This sounds like a dirty or sticky pinch roller - use a commercial cassette head cleaner - or ear but with a alcohol cleaner -

If the capston is not rolling the cassette forward this my be due to a broken belt - or may have just jumped off - power down the product and disconnet from the mains - then open it up - normaly the front come away undo the mounting screws from around the cassette mechanism normaly around 4 and carefuly look at the back there should normaly be 2 rubber band one to the capston and 1 to the pich roller the belt that may be broken is the smaller of the too. most cassette deck use the same size belt

RCA AM/FM Stereo... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018


I see no question here???

RCA Audio... | Answered on Oct 02, 2018

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