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how to install a home stereo integrated amplifier to a compact disc recorder,graphic equalizer and 5 speakers?

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Alina F. -
June 02, 2012
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Hello Albert,

I'd like to help you with your home theatre system installation. There are six different input sections on the back of your SU-G95. The Sony CDR RCD-W1 | http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/owner_manuals/23914/SONY-Compact-Disc-L0307338?brand_name_search=RCD-W1 ] has input and output and the Kenwood GE-35 has Input and output also.

I do not know if you are using any other inputs, such as a tape player or a turntable, but here is a simple setup: The Sony CDR is designed to record so it will need to be in a loop. The input will hook to Tape input section on the SU-G95, hook it to the REC white and red which are your left and right channels. The output will go into CD (preferably) or the TAPE input, PLAY. That completes the Sony CDR Loop so you may use it to play music or record through your SU-G95. Be sure to take note of which input connections that you have used because the SU-G95 will need to have its options set to the correct input.

The Kenwood GE-35 takes input from the EQ/VCR2, REC (output) connectors and then the outputs from the EQ go to the EQ/VCR2, PLAY (input) connectors. The SU-G95 needs to be set to route all of the audio through this loop so the EQ can do its job of modifying the different frequency bands. There is little information available on this unit, so I suspect that there is an "EQ ON " or equivalent setting within it's menus.

The SU-G95 is designed to use two sets of front speakers, one set of rear speakers and a center channel speaker. The only odd part is whether to use A or B front speaker outputs. I would suggest the A output as it is used with the surround processing generally. The B output on some units allows for a separate set of speakers that are just left and right channels without surround. Again, that depends on the type of settings in the SU-G95.

I have attached a diagram at the end of this reply that shows the connectors and their placement. And here is a link to your SU-G95 manual for purchase: Sears Parts Direct . Please let me know if you need any further assistance.

Jerry C

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Jerry C -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2012
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