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How can I connect this EQ on my mustang I don't have amplifier right now only the EQ

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An eq is kind of like an amplifier anyway it boost the sound and tailors the sound to your taste. Your eq should have a wiring diagram on the bottom or top of the unit. Your factory radio should have a wiring diagram on top or bottom of it as well. So all you have to do is match left + to left + and right + to right + etc. It's really easier than you think. You just have to pay close attention to the diagrams.

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SOURCE: Ftx-2001 Ashley amplifier with XR-1two

The XR-1 is a 2 way crossover. Depending on the resistor networks, it can be anywhere from 50hz to 5khz. If the packs are marked 153, It's 750HZ, if they're 103 it's 1.2khz if 104 it's around 120hz and 154, 80 hz.
The hi side amp is ch1 the low side is ch2 The amp can be configured as a subwoofer bridged amp , a subwoofer with full range dual ch. You can't make it into a stereo amp with out the obsolete stereo input pack that replaces the XR-1 crossover

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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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Ftx-2001 Ashley amplifier with XR-1two way crossover. I am trying to connect from my EQ (2-1/4 jacks) into my amplifier, do I connect mt left & right out of my EQ into the balanced input XLR. Not an...


The XR-1 is a 2 way crossover. Depending on the resistor networks, it can be anywhere from 50hz to 5khz. If the packs are marked 153, It's 750HZ, if they're 103 it's 1.2khz if 104 it's around 120hz and 154, 80 hz.
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I would like to hook-up amp to graphic equalizer i would like picture if possible.


An EQ (equalizer) is generally connected between the low level output of a device (phono, CD, DVD, etc.,) and the amplifier's input. If you choose to place the EQ at this point, only the device connected will be equalized. All the other sources will be unaltered.

A more complete way is as follows:

Some amplifiers have a jacks labeled Left & Right "PRE OUT" and Left & Right "AMP IN" with a heavy gauge wire or strap that connects the left AMP IN & left PRE OUT together; and the right AMP IN and right PRE OUT together. Removal of the wire or strap will cause the amp to fall silent, as the low level signal no longer has a path from the PRE OUT to the AMP IN jacks. If you were to insert the EQ here, the path would be restored - but allowing you to boost or cut the level of certain frequencies BEFORE they are amplified. This is accomplished by connecting PRE OUT to EQ IN and EQ OUT to AMP IN for both the left and right channels.

As I mentioned, only some amps have these PRE OUT and AMP IN jacks - many however do not. In this case, you may be able to use the TAPE MON jacks. The TAPE MON is the Tape Monitor and appears on most "half-way decent" receivers. These jacks were provided to enable listening to a tape in nearly "real time" as it was being recorded on higher end "3 head" tape recorders. If you don't have a "3 head" tape deck (most do not), you can use these jacks the same as the PRE OUT and AMP IN jacks above. This is accomplished by connecting the TAPE OUT to EQ IN and the EQ OUT to the TAPE IN for both the left and right jacks. You would then select the source of the music - be it CD, Phono, etc. and with the EQ powered, pressing the TAPE MON button on the receiver, you could hear the difference between the EQ in the circuit and the EQ out of the circuit.

The key in the examples above is that there is always an input connected to an output. Don't connect inputs to inputs and outputs to outputs. Take your time and work one cable at a time - one end to an input and the other to the corresponding output.

Some situations may arise if using Dolby Digital, THX, etc. type input signals. Sometimes it is not possible to equalize them. If you have sources (DVD, Satellite Receivers, etc.) that have an optical or coaxial connection, those will be the ones that may have undesired affects. The familiar RCA type jacks for left and right signals should work perfectly.

I'll see if I can find a link with a picture...

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There are 2 ways to have an EQ in the system. If the mixer (1204) has inserts for the mains, you can use a set of insert cables to connect the EQ. If not, connect the Output of the mixer to the Input of the EQ and the Output of the EQ to the Input of the Amp.

The insert cables will allow you to electrically connect the EQ as described above only using a single set of cables. These cables are 1/4" balanced or stereo at one end (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) and dual XLR at the other. You will need 2 insert cables, one for right and one for left.

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