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Old 11-14-2014, 11:37 PM
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Help 0003 ma275d marine amplifier

hello,does anyone know if it is better to use the high input terminals or use the low input terminals on the ma275d marine amp.any info would be awesome thank you
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Default Re: ma275d marine amplifier

High level will always be a little louder. But using RCA inputs are easier. So it is a trade off. If you have the time to solder and shrink wrap the wires go with the high level inputs. If you don't have time or the tools use RCA.
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