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DOES IT ACCEPT LOW LEVEL INPUT ,LINE LEVEL?

I FOUND A JENSEN EQA100 FOR SALE BUT THE FELLA SELLING IT DOES NOT KNOW IF IT HAS LOW LEVEL IMPUTS DO YOU?

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Since this is an eq it will have low level inputs

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