Question about Kenwood KGC-9044 11-Band Car Equalizer
Hi Folks, I've got a KDC PSW9521 with 3 pre outs 1 for front, 2nd rear, 3rd non-fading and I'm running 3 amps. So I've just got a KGC 9044 Equaliser, Second hand with no Instruction manual so I'm not 100% sure of how to connect up the Phono leads from one to the other and amps etc, So help me out Please A.S.A.P Cheers Rich "soon to be BLAST'N"
You will only use the front pre outs from the deck to plug into the only available input on the EQ. You will loose fading and subwoofer controls from the deck which is the main problem when using an eq. Then go from the eq to each of the 3 corresponding amplifiers (front, rear, sub). You will then use the eq as your control for ading front to back and sub control. Im sure by now you have it figured out anyway but if you need help, let me know. Be sure to leave good feedback so and get paid!!!!$$$
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
You'll have to use your choice of either the front outputs or rear outputs to plug into the eq. Most equalizers I've ever seen only accept 2 channels of input, then give anything from 2 to 6 channels of output, depending on the eq.
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
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