I have been trying to connect a parasound equalizer to my Yamaha reciever. I connected it to the audio in and out since it does'nt have a tape in and out but there is no tape monitor button or way I can get the reciever to go through it can you help?
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Re: how to connect an equalizer
The monitor its basicaly the switch who connect or separate the preamplifier from the amplifier and that the part that you can connect the equalizer the only way it using an external preamplifier. sorry for the bad news
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Sorry, it doesnt look like you can hook up an external EQ while still using the amplifier section of the yamaha. Instead, You would have to use the preamp out to go to 901 EQ, out of the EQ into another stereo amplifier, then to the 901 speakers. Personally, to power the 901's properly, I'd use another external amplifier. You will barley get 75watts per channel out of the receiver to power the 901's
You said "...on reciever cd out in the audio box..." but it should the reciever IN that you connect to. Also is the BlueRay player capable of playing CD's ? When you press play on the sony remote, do the seconds start counting on the screen ? (ie: is it playing, but no sound is coming out?)
S-Video is a media type that only carries video. Unfortunately the LG unit was designed only to be a self contained surround sound unit. There are only video outputs to the television on this unit. Because of the unit having surround sound capabilities, LG felt that their wasn't a need for audio output. You would need to buy a new DVD player to allow audio from the DVD to your new Yamaha unit. Good Luck!
You do this the output cord or RCA cord of your yamaha reciever is to input in your graphic equalizer ,the output of your equalizer is in to the speaker that all .. feel free for asking assistance for further question arises rate as fixya...
you can do it passive. no idea with your ampli, but if it does have a bridge then you can hook your eq there, series. if it doesn't have then via tape monitor 2 of your kenwood.
onkyo recvr tape 2 record to - kenwood eq in
onyo recvr tape 2 playback - kenwood eq out
that's all. if you want your eq to be active, then switch your reciever to tape2, all selected input in your reciever will by pass through your eq then back to kenwood. you dont have a function for tape 2 input then but your eq will have an extra input for tape, that you can use for your second tape, it will be active only if your reciever is set to tape 2. i hope you got it right.