Hook up my Yamaha digital reciever with a tape deck and JVC eq

All your sources connect to the inputs of the input selector switch.
The output of the selector switch connects to the input of the EQ.
The output of the EQ connects to a line level input on the receiver.
You select the input on the receiver you connected the EQ and leave it there.
Select your source with the input selector switch.
 
Without much information on the oldies - output of the deck goes to an input of the equalizer, and output from equalizer goes to a receiver' input.

If you still cant figure it out - post a picture of the interfaces of the three units.
 
The receiver doesn't have a processor loop or tape monitor so you can't use the EQ with the tuner or bluetooth built into the receiver. The hookup Alabacho suggests will only allow you to use the EQ with the tape deck. If you added an input selector switch you could use it with more than one external source.
 
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An input selector switch? Dont know what that is. Is that like a
pre amp? Or is it a component that has to be atatched internally? As i would want the eq to work with tuner bluetooth and turntable also.
 
In its simplest form, an audio selector switch is a box with several input jacks, an output jack, and a simple switch which connectes one input at a time to the output.

As @Americanaudiophille said - your receiver does not allow for external device to be inserted in the audio path. You can use your EQ with just external (for the receiver) devices.
 
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If you wanted to use the EQ with all sources you would need to connect a speaker to line level converter to the speaker terminals of the receiver. Connect that to the EQ input. The EQ output would have to connect to a separate power amp to drive the speakers. This uses your receiver as a preamp.
 
A pre-amp won't help if you want to route Tuner, Bluetooth thru EQ as well

And if this is your receiver, you can't - while "Line OUT" jacks will output tuner (and probably Bluetooth), you can't return the signal back to listen thru the speakers.
 
All your sources connect to the inputs of the input selector switch.
The output of the selector switch connects to the input of the EQ.
The output of the EQ connects to a line level input on the receiver.
You select the input on the receiver you connected the EQ and leave it there.
Select your source with the input selector switch.
 
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This sounds like it should work. I have to go out and get my input selctor switch and hear it first hand.
I'll let you know. Thanks alot for now!

I got it hooked up and it half works.
Will work for the turntable, and the CD player. It cant work for the radio because i have a reciever. Any sugestions here? And it won't work with the bluetooth. Any ideas for this one?
 
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