Help with a TR 75 Stereo Amp...

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Re: Help with a TR 75 Stereo Amp...

Postby (johnhall) » Wed May 14, 2014 10:50 am

You use a standard stereo cable between the ROS output on the instrument to this input. You'll then find one output on each channel. Essentially it's a built in ROS kit.
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Re: Help with a TR 75 Stereo Amp...

Postby (aimeovaldi) » Wed Jun 11, 2014 9:14 am

Hello, I am new to the forum and have a 1967 4001 and a 375/6 as well as an M8, TR25, TR75 and 2 - TR7 amps. The stereo input on the Ric amps that have stereo inputs were designed especially for the stereo guitars to be used without a "Ric-O-Sound" stereo signal split box. They are direct connect. All that will be needed is the ric-o-sound stereo cable.
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Re: Help with a TR 75 Stereo Amp...

Postby (johnhall) » Wed Jun 11, 2014 10:50 am

aimeovaldi wrote:All that will be needed is the ric-o-sound stereo cable.


I think there's some confusion here. You only need a plain stereo cable between the amp and ROS output of the guitar. Possibly you've seen a non-factory kit where the stereo cord detaches from the splitter box- in which case you COULD use the stereo cord only- but that's not the way a genuine ROS kit was put together.
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