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Clarion EQS755 1/2-DIN 7-band Graphic Equalizer
The EQS755 features RCA inputs and high-level speaker inputs, so you can connect it to just about any system. It also features two AUX inputs — RCA jacks in the back and a 1/8" AUX input on the front panel — which you can select with the AUX switch on the front panel. The RCA AUX inputs offer variable gain so you can adjust for audio sources of varying levels, while a selectable low-pass filter at 60 or 90 Hz tames the wilder extremes of bass. The 8-volt outputs ensure that your amplifiers will get a clean, powerful signal for maximum performance.
- 7-Band Graphic Equalizer (50Hz, 125Hz, 315Hz, 750Hz, 2.2kHz, 6kHz, 16kHz)
- 6-Channel / 8-Volt RCA Outputs (Front, Rear, and Subwoofer)
- Blue Illumination
- Independent Master Volume and Subwoofer Level Control with Fader Control
- 3.5mm Front AUX Input
- 2-Channel RCA AUX Input with Variable Gain Adjustment
- Selectable 12dB Low-Pass Filter (60Hz or 90Hz)
- Fader Control
- Ground Loop Isolation Circuit
- RCA and High-level Speaker Inputs
- Dimensions : 7"(W) x 4-1/4"(L) x 1"(H)
- Number of Bands: 7
- EQ Center Frequencies: 50Hz, 125Hz, 315Hz, 750Hz, 2.2KHz, 6KKz, 16KHz
- Input sensitivity: AUX Inputs 3.6v
- Input sensitivity: Speaker Inputs 10.8v
- Signal-to-noise ratio: 83dB
- Max Output Level: 8V
- Cut/Boost: +/- 12dB
- Frequency response: 8Hz-40,000Hz
- Channel separation: 73dB/1KHz
- 1/2-DIN Graphic EQ/Crossover
- Power/ground harness
- Speaker harness
- 2 Brackets
- 4 Machine screws
- 4 Self-tapping screws
- 4 Flat washers
- Owner's Manua/Installation Manual
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