EQ crossover range: 50
250HzEqualization range: +/-
18 dB (boost/cut)Frequency response: 10 Hz 50 kHz (+/- 1dB)Signal to noise ratio: 110 dB (ref.
1V input)THD: 0.005
%Channel separation: 82 dB (at 1kHz)
Output impedance: 50k
OhmsPower supply: 11-15V
negative groundOutput voltage:
7VDimensions: ( 7.2 W x 3.8 D x 1.3 H) Front Panel Controls and Key FeaturesView larger Front Panel Controls And
Key Features Fader: Use this control to balance the sound level between front and rear speakers as desired.
Input Select (CD or AUX): This button permits you to select the equalizer input source. The unit features separate rear panel RCA inputs for in dash receiver such as a CD or another source such as a DVD playerMaster
Volume Control: Use this to adjust the overall output volume level.
Subwoofer Crossover Frequency Selector: Use this control to select the highest frequency to be sent to the subwoofer channel. Choose a frequency between 50 Hz and 250 Hz.
Subwoofer Volume Control: Use the knob to set the volume level for the subwoofer channel. Front/Rear Channel Center
Frequency Selectors: Use these controls to select the center frequencies for boosting/cutting in the signal provided to the front and rear output channels. Frequency ranges for each control are Low (20-70 Hz); Low/Mid (150-400 Hz); Mid ( 1.5 -4 kHz); High (4-20 kHz) Front/Rear
Channel Boost/Cut Controls: These knobs will set the desired amount of boost or cut (from -18 to +18 dB) for each of the frequency bands within the signal provided to the rear and front output channels. Top Panel Controls and Key FeaturesView larger Top Panel Controls And Key Features Subwoofer Channel RCA Outputs Front And Rear Channel RCA Outputs CD And AUX Channel RCA
Inputs Power Connections: Please note that the PEQ15 has an automatic turn-on circuit, so that in addition to the (+) and ground connections, it is necessary for you to connect the REM terminal to the REM terminal on your head unit. CD And
AUX Channel Controls: Use these controls during setup to balance the gain for each of the two input sources.