View Full Version : SOLD/CLOSED Eclipse ea3422 4 channel amplifier 280w rms - the real eclipse

12-17-2012, 02:14 AM
Item(s) for Sale:

Eclipse EA3422 4 Channel Amplifier

Item(s) Description/Condition:

This is the REAL Eclipse stuff and this amp has won many awards for best sound quality when it was released. If you look at the specifications you will see that it has extremely low THD, etc. unlike most of the amps that are made nowdays. I was using this amp to run my highs in my vehicle and I took a picture of it ON right before I removed it, so you can see its working. It is hard to find this amp in this condition!

Specs on the amp:

Max power Output : 123W x 4 ch (2 ohms)

Power Output (RMS Continuous Power) :

2 ohms - 70W RMS x 4 ch

4 ohms - 50W RMS x 4 ch

4 ohms Bridged 140W RMS x 2 ch

THD (Rated Power) :

@ 2 ohm stereo 0.008%
@ 4 ohm stereo 0.004%
@ 4 ohm bridged 0.008%

Signal to Noise (A-weighted 4 ohm) 105dB
Freq. Response @ 4ohm stereo 20Hz-20kHz +0,-0.7
Crosstalk 4ohm -70dB
Slew Rate 10V/us
Damping Factor @ 60Hz > 200
Input Sensitivity (preout) 0.2-5V
Input Sensitivity (Amp-out) 0.4-10V
Max Current Consumption (4ohm) 50A
Channelflex Crossover
High-Pass Freq Range - 12dB/octive 50~200Hz
Low-Pass Freq Range - 12dB/octive 90Hz (fixed)
Bass Boost (@45Hz) 0~9dB
Subsonic Freq. Range - 12dB/octive 20Hz
Dimensions (W x H x D) 10.82" x 1.97" x 10.82"



Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

I ship within 24 hours. Payment via Paypal only. Confirmed name and address only. Please PM me if you are interested or post in this thread if my mailbox is full. Thank you.

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12-17-2012, 04:28 AM
I've got the 5-channel version of this coming to me in the mail. Did you ever use a dmm to figure out exactly how much you were getting in power per channel?

12-17-2012, 05:12 AM
When I was setting my gains with the scope and meter connected together with a 4 ohm load (my highs). I got right around 48W RMS into 4 ohms AT APPROX. 12.5V WITHOUT ANY clipping at all on the scope! I would say this amp would do above its rated at 14V.

12-17-2012, 10:02 AM
These amps are very under rated. I ran an EA3532 for a while. It was rated at something like 120@2 on the sub channel. Output was above and beyond my Eclipse XA5000 which was rated for 420@2. The XA5000 was also under rated and had very nice quality Bang and Olufsen parts, but this older stuff was just monstrous.

12-17-2012, 10:06 AM
Where at in il?

12-17-2012, 10:58 AM