Question about Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders
I guess as I got older I have gotten dumber I have a Kenwood GE 7030 EQ to hook up to a pioneer SX 217 receiver ,it's very plain and simple but I'm having problems getting it to work all my equipment is good and has the basics jacks on the back of pioneer tape record out and in just as the EQ in and out display works but I have no sound and I've tried everything can you help please?
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To connect a Kenwood GE 7030 equalizer to a Pioneer SX-217 receiver, you will need to use the tape record out and in jacks on the back of the receiver. Here is a general outline of the steps you can follow to set up the connection:
Locate the tape record out and in jacks on the back of the receiver. These are typically labeled "TAPE MONITOR OUT" and "TAPE MONITOR IN."
Locate the tape in and out jacks on the back of the equalizer. These are typically labeled "TAPE IN" and "TAPE OUT."
Use a pair of RCA cables to connect the tape out jack on the receiver to the tape in jack on the equalizer.
Use another pair of RCA cables to connect the tape out jack on the equalizer to the tape in jack on the receiver.
Turn on the equalizer and set the volume and tone controls to your desired settings.
Turn on the receiver and select the tape monitor function. You should now be able to hear sound through the speakers.
If you are still having trouble getting the equalizer to work, it is possible that there is an issue with the cables or with one of the components. You may want to try using different cables or checking for any visible signs of damage on the components. If you are still having trouble, it may be helpful to consult the user manual for the receiver or the equalizer or to seek the assistance of a professional audio technician.
Posted on Dec 24, 2022
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If you have already set up the connection as described above and are still having trouble getting the equalizer to work, there may be an issue with the cables or with one of the components. You may want to try using different cables or checking for any visible signs of damage on the components.
There are a few things you can try to troubleshoot this issue:
Check the volume levels on the equalizer and the amplifier. Make sure that both are turned up and that the volume control on the amplifier is set to the correct input for the equalizer.
Check the connections between the equalizer and the amplifier. Make sure that all the cables are securely plugged in and that there are no loose connections.
Check the settings on the equalizer. Some equalizers have different audio processing modes that can affect the output sound. Make sure that the equalizer is set to the correct mode for your system.
Check the settings on the amplifier. Some amplifiers have built-in equalization settings that can affect the output sound. Make sure that the amplifier is set to the correct settings for your system.
If none of these suggestions resolve the issue, it is possible that there is a problem with the equalizer or the amplifier. You may need to have the equipment checked by a professional audio technician or bring it to a repair shop.
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