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Sansui RG-7 Equalizer, etc. connections

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Posted by William Webb on November 16, 2004 at 22:06:25:

Hope someone can help! I recently had to to move, and hence disconnect my stereo system. Long story short, with both old and new components all connected and working, I suddenly began having balance problems, aned in the process of diagnosing that, again ended up with everything disconnected. The RG-7 EQ connection to my amps over the years have all been strange, so that I could end up with amp/receiver speaker and headphone output both equalizing and mixing in any source with my guitar. FYI, the Sansui RG-7 is a 10 band EQ with input jacks, panpot, and level controls for both a guitar and mic. I'm trying to get all sources connected to the EQ, then connect it to the new Sony STR-DE197, which has some strange inputs (MD/Tape Out and In, Video2 Audio In, and Video1 Audio Out and In). The RG-7 has Source In , Pre-Amp Out, and Tape Rec and Play. Also (once) connected were: a Phillips Magnavox WebTV Plus to a Samsung DVD-V3500 (VHS/DVD combo) to an old Zenith TV, all of which was then somehow connected to either the EQ or the Receiver (Amp). Also , a Teac AD-4 CD / cassette combo, and a XM satellite receiver were all hooked in, also. Again, I WAS able to equalize and/or mix any of those sources with a guitar. Finally, I have available two Radio Shack Stereo A/V Selectors, each with 4 inputs and one output. Can anyone please help me reconnect all of this mess???? Thanks in advance!!!
Wm. B. (Duke) Webb

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