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I'm desperate for a manual for my RCA #22363 3CD changer.
That is an odd thing, CD player don't really need manuals for anything but fixing one, and even that is something nobody does. So either you have a problem with the CD player that you did not mention, or you lack some basic common sense that would help you load the 3 CD's ,and play them. I'm not sure what the problem really is because you did not say. Try stating what the problem is? Manuals, in many cases, can be got by searching Google for them.
on Dec 24, 2018
HOW TO HOOK UP A KENWOOD GE-34 GRAPHIC EQ. THE EQ HAS LINE IN AND OUT RCA JACKS AND TAPE PLAY AND RECORD RCA JACKS.MY RECEIVER IS ONKYO HT-R530. IT HAS TAPE IN AND OUT RCA JACKS
The EQ is made to go between two devices such as a preamplifier then to the EQ then to your receiver or TV to EQ then to your receiver, depending on what you are trying to do. This is how you hook it up. TV line out goes to EQ line in. EQ line out goes to receiver line in. The receiver is then selected to use line in by a push button on your receiver or by other means that says line in to select that as your source from the front receiver panel. The red rca line cable is for the right side and the white is your left side of the audio. your receiver now can hook to the speakers and you have control of the volume up and down from your receiver. Now if you are going to go from your receiver to a high powered amplifier then the line out on your receiver would go to the line in on the EQ and the line out on the EQ would go to the amplifier line in. The amplifier would have to be able to control the volume up and down as line in and line out volumes are fixed. Record output jack is for recording where the jack goes to a recording device line input. The play is the recorder line out that plugs into that jack. Ignore those two jacks for your purpose.
on Nov 15, 2018
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