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chiliphilli1968 
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I have recently aquired a small eclipse amplifier. I have no information on it other than the model number is #3520 and it also says 2/1 channel power amplifier.
If you know where I can go to get some information on it or if you have any information that might be of value to my quest I would greatly appreciate it. My goal is to use it to run a single kicker comp 12". Again, thanks for any and all help.
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Posted: January 16, 2005 at 11:29 AM / IP Logged  
45 watts X 2 @ 2ohms stereo, 90 watts X 1 @ 4 ohms mono.  Nice clean little amp.
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Thanks a million!!
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By the way, do you think that this amplifiers power would be enough to run one 10" kicker comp sub (last years model)? It seems like it could handle alot more than what that little amp is giving it. It is in a sealed box roughly 1.0 cubic ft. It is also in the trunk of an 1988 cadillac fleetwood ( the big four-body trunk) if that makes a difference.
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Posted: February 06, 2005 at 1:19 PM / IP Logged  
Without knowing exactly which model you have I'd say stick with the Eclipse.  A generic 10" Kicker sub is rated up to 125 watts, and the Eclipse is under-rated at 90 watts, so the match is not bad at all.
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