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Posted: 9/30/2001 3:14:29 PM EDT
I have a JVC MX-J206 mini system which sounds great. However the preset equalizer settings don't have enough bass for my tastes. I know it can take the extra bass because I hooked it up to my PC and used a software equalizer. Could I get an equalizer between the system and the speakers? If not could I get one between my DVD player and the mini system because I very rarely use the build in cd player since the dvd player supports mp3 playback. thanks for any help you can offer.
Link Posted: 9/30/2001 3:26:11 PM EDT
You won't have any luck getting an EQ between the speaker outs and the speakers. All that will do is fry the EQ. EQ's operate at line-level, and pumping that much power into the EQ will fry it for sure. In the old day, we used to plug-in EQ's via the pre-amp send/receive. Today, most consumer gear does not provide that capability. However, if your DVD player has line outputs, you should be able to go from the DVD player line outputs, to an EQ, and from the EQ into the CD/DVC/Tape monitor inputs of your home stereo.
Link Posted: 9/30/2001 3:26:21 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/30/2001 3:32:24 PM EDT
Can I hook up an EQ to the RCA audio outputs of the dvd player?
Link Posted: 9/30/2001 4:03:55 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 9/30/2001 4:55:36 PM EDT
Originally Posted By CanadianGunNut: Can I hook up an EQ to the RCA audio outputs of the dvd player?
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Certainly. It will only equalize the output of the DVD player, but it sounds like that's all you need it for.
Link Posted: 10/1/2001 12:31:48 PM EDT
thanks for responding. anyone have an idea where I could get one of these? I live in Canada and I want to keep as much of my cash-money as possible.
Link Posted: 10/1/2001 2:31:34 PM EDT
Opposed to an EQ, why not get a powered Sub woofer? This should be enough bass for your taste. Anyone else love this lil' guy? ~~>[bounce]
Link Posted: 10/1/2001 2:35:32 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 11:40:51 AM EDT
If I got a subwoofer how could I hook it up the mini system? The systems power is 2 x 60 watts rms so how much power do i need in a sub.
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 5:12:52 PM EDT
Originally Posted By CanadianGunNut: If I got a subwoofer how could I hook it up the mini system? The systems power is 2 x 60 watts rms so how much power do i need in a sub.
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A POWERED Subwoofer. All you need is an audio output. The Sub has it's own amplifier.
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