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NEW ECLIPSE EA1412. ok so I found one of these while straightening my closet. They don't make them like these anymore!








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Nice little 4 channel amps. They would be perfect if they had a gain control. They have an input switch high/low. Either way they are worh the 45 bucks if you need a small amp. I have had one running my garage system for a long time. It's literally been on for years straight and still works.
 

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Hi

What is the high low input switch for? It is labeled Sen. I am assuming Sensitivity.

Does a setting on High Sensitivity allow me to hook up speaker levels from my factory radio speaker wires? :shrug:
Thanks in advance.

Gary
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This is a 3 year old thread but I'll answer you. It's just a gain adjustment switch. IIRC it switches from .8v to 4v depending on the output of the source.
 

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Thanks Theslaking,

You guys are a lot smarter than me. I understand your answer, but I can't apply it because of my lack of education. Does your answer mean that I can hook up high level speaker outputs to this amp if I set the Sen switch on this amp at Hi?

Just trying to avoid a separate hi to low adapter. Thanks again.

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Gary
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