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Hi Glen and welcome to JustAnswer,Thank you for the question and your patience. Should you still need assistance for information purposes only...Initially, any/most models of stereo (2-channel) receiver / amplifier with TAPE IN/OUT that can be mechanically selected would serve the connections need of the 901 equalizer. The presence of the TAPE RECORDER CONNECTIONS / jacks on the equalizer is to compensate since the amp/receiver's TAPE IN/OUT would be used.
Some other models of the analog stereos with PRE-OUT and MAIN IN jacks would also would also work well with the 901 equalizer. Please click HERE for 1 (among others); a Kenwood KA-600. Note the jumpers for the L & R PRE OUT to MAIN IN jacks. If the 901 equalizer would be used with this receiver, then the jumpers would be removed and these jacks connected to the equalizer's INPUT & OUTPUT jacks.
On the other hand, almost all modern day/digital multi-channel receivers/home theaters would not be directly compatible.