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Your eq should either come between the outputs of your mixer and the inputs of your amp, or you can connect your source (guitar, keyboard, microphone) into the eq and out into either a mixer or straight to the amp

Posted on Feb 20, 2014

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Conecting my EQ to my Yamaha reciever

your media out(dvd-cd-dat-deck player)-to equalizer in-and equalizer out to aux or cd in receiver.


Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I connect my Yamaha eq-70 to my Yamaha

from your receiver; R&L PRE OUT to R&L LINE IN of Equalizer.
And - from Equalizer R&L LINE OUT to Receiver MAIN IN.

http://www.yamaha.com/yec/customer/hookupdiagram.html?CTID=5010070.

Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: How to hook up my Yamaha EQ-70 Equalizer

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This is official image from Yamaha. If need to know more, go to the below address -

http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/av/english/am/AV-90PY.pdf

download the amp's manual & you will find on page no. 7

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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Hello Tom. The preamp outputs are on the right hand side of the back panel. You have normal and inverted outputs. These are RCA connections and should be connected to the inputs of an EQ unit. The outputs from the EQ unit are then connected to the input of your amplifier (c65) Perhaps I am misunderstanding youtr question? If I have not answered helpfully, feel free to ask further questions.
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I recently bought the yamaha rx-v567 and I own a yamaha EQ-70. How do I configure and hook up the EQ to the receiver?


The EQ is connected via one of the Tape loops on the amp (rec out from EQ to play in on amp,rec out on amp to play in on EQ). You then switch "Tape Monitor" on to hear the sound with the EQ settings applied. You can also connect it across Pre out and Main in should you have such sockets. I'm pretty sure it will only affect the main two front channels and not the surround channels.

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I have a Yamaha M65 520w power amp, a HTR 5630 210w EQ and a GE-60 Rcvr all in excellent condition. I'm having difficulty hooking them all up to each other and 2 prs of speakers. I'm have 2 Cerwin Vega CLS...


First of all it is important when you are using such good quality system to have an idea of the room. The accoustic quality of the room is a great factorr as even the best system may sound poor. Hence I owul like you to firrst rearrange your system with the Cerwin in the front and the DCM in the rear. Now the most IMPORTANT POINT you must be careful is to connect your speakers with the corrrect Phasing. The positive and negative must be correct , if not the sound will cancel off. So test this out. Connection of the L&R inputs must be also in order without crossing over from the source to the equaliser to the main amp. Now if you have set the equaliser right check for gain in each frequency. If not try to disconnect the equaliser and connect source to amplifier directly and test. make a assesment for good quality. You can also try to reverse ONE of the rear speakers for any improvement. I hope this advice helps you. Good day

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Hi! ALL How do I connect my Yamaha eq-70 to pre amp and power amp my Yamaha thanks


Pre-amp out to input of EQ

Output of EQ to poweramp.

If that doesn't help post all your model numbers and I will look it up.

Cheers,

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How to hook up my Yamaha EQ-70 Equalizer


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This is official image from Yamaha. If need to know more, go to the below address -

http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/av/english/am/AV-90PY.pdf

download the amp's manual & you will find on page no. 7

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Yamaha rx-797 w/Yamaha ge-60 eq utilizing prein/main out ..and ad


It sounds like you want to use the external amp rather than the internal one. If that is the case, just connect the output of the EQ to the input of the external amp. All you are doing is inserting the EQ between the amp stages now. Using the mx-1 rather than the internal amp is no different.

Dan

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