Clarion EQS755 7-Band Car Audio Graphic Equalizer with Front 3.5mm Auxiliary Input, Rear RCA Auxiliary Input and High Level Speaker Inputs

The EQS755 is 1/2-Din Chassis Graphic EQ w/ Built-In Low-Pass Filter. Equipped with a full-featured 7-band graphic equalizer, you will enjoy superior control over the audio spectrum with frequency adjustments in the 50 Hz to 16 kHz range over seven bands. This gives you the power to get the most of your sound system, and the ability to contour the sound output to your musical taste.

Product Features

  • 1/2-Din Chassis Graphic Equalizer with Built-In Low-Pass Filter
    6-Channel / 8-Volt RCA Outputs (Front, Rear and Subwoofer)
    7-Ban Graphic Equalizer (50Hz, 125Hz, 315Hz, 750Hz, 2.2KHz, 6KHz, 16KHz)
  • 3.5mm Front AUX Input
    2-Channel RCA AUX Input with Variable Gain Adjustment
    RCA and High Level Speaker Inputs
  • Blue Illumination
    Independent Master Volume and Subwoofer Level Control with Fader Control
    Selectable 12dB Low-Pass Filer (60Hz or 90Hz)
  • Ground Loop Isolation Circuit
    Dimensions: 7″(W)x4-1/4″(L)x1″(H)

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3 Responses to Clarion EQS755 7-Band Car Audio Graphic Equalizer with Front 3.5mm Auxiliary Input, Rear RCA Auxiliary Input and High Level Speaker Inputs

  1. Anonymous says:

    PLEASE READ FOR INSTALL TLDR: Make sure this EQ has its own dedicated ground. DO NOT DAISY CHAIN GROUNDS.I also used headlight lense tint to take down the intensity of the LEDsReview: Great EQ and signal amplifyer for distortion free high volume sound and power. My first initial impression was that my Sub has alot more punch and my mids have more body. It does take some tuning to get right, but it’s definitely rewarding. I also do recommend headlight spray on…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Everyone (even you Mr. Smarty smart audio tech dude) needs an EQ. I had my first Clarion Cassette deck in 1979. Not a popular brand back then, but I loved it! The sound was true, and I thought it could compete with any of the Pioneer equipment back then. Not many people, especially the so called “Audiophiles” use EQ’s anymore, and everyone I’ve had install systems for me always question my judgement and ask “are you sure you want an equalizer?” Not only am I sure, I’m certain! Clarion is one of the few making an affordable yet kick-ass EQ. This newer model is…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Got a stock head unit you love? Forget the LOC Got a stock head unit you love? Forget the LOC, this is what you want. My truck has a uconnect 430n. Navagation, hard disk drive, iPod port in the glove box..Siriusxm if you like bad audio.. nice head unit, but no low rca outputs. The EQ on the head unit is “low, mid, high”.. The clarion covers what the head unit is missing. Takes in the speaker wire, converts to front, rear, sub rca out to amp. Gives complete EQ control at your fingertips while driving. Separate bass mob…