Inputs and Outputs
Display: The DEQ-7600 features
a 15-band, 7 mode spectrum analyzer with a large, multi-colored
(blue, green, brown) display. The seven
display modes are:
- Peak Bound Display: Shows average
and peak levels
- Peak Display: Shows peak levels
- Simple Level Display: Shows 125 Hz
- Symmetric Display: Shows music
level for each frequency by width
- Radial Display: Displays level in
a radial shape
- Sub-woofer Display: Shows
subwoofer level by changing speed
- Graphic Equalizer Display: Shows
current EQ curve
This unit has volume, balance
and fader controls adjustments through the EQ.
Listening Position Adjustment: The
Listening Position Adjustment improves imaging and can be fine tuned
using the fader and balance controls on the EQ. Listening position settings
Sound Fields: The DEQ-7600
features 5 selectable sound fields:
- Studio: Simulates the acoustics of
a small mixing room
- Jazz Club: Simulates the acoustics
of club with seating for 50-100 people
- Club: Simulates the acoustics of
club with seating for 200-300 people
- Concert Hall: Simulates the
acoustics of a concert hall with seating for 1000-2000 people
- Stadium: Simulates the acoustics
of an outdoor stadium with an echo sound
- Off: Turns off the sound field
Sound Field Control Fader: When
used with a sound field, this fader allows you to move your seating position forwards and
Selectable EQ Effect:
You can select the speakers which are equalized, choosing front, rear or both.
Preset EQ Curves: This unit has 5
preset EQ curves:
- Hip Hop
Note: You may also create 3 EQ curves to be stored in
EQ Curve Adjustments: The
selected EQ curve can be adjusted by:
- Nuance control (allows EQ of -6 to 6 for each
- Each of the 15 EQ bands can be adjusted by 12 dB
- Flat: Pressing one button to reset to a flat curve.
Reset/Clear Button: The
reset/clear button is located on
the front right hand corner of the EQ.
Dimmer: The display automatically dims when vehicle's headlights are turned
on. You can switch this off so display does not dim.
Size: This is a full DIN component that is
E, I and J sized. The dimensions are:
||ISO-DIN (I, J)
built-in 1-bit Digital-to-Analog converter features 8 times
The DEQ-7600 retains
settings with no power for up to approximately 3 days.
Volume Settings: When used with a Pioneer receiver, the volume
should be set to 23. If the receiver's output is over 500mV, it's volume level should be
lowered to a point where it does not cause distortion.
Maximum Output Level:
The maximum output level is 1.5V at 1kHz at 1%THD.
Compatible: The DEQ-7600 does not include a remote control, but is
compatible with remotes that are included with some Pioneer receivers. In order
for a Pioneer receiver remote to operate this EQ, it must include a DSP switch.
The optional CD-R600 remote is also compatible with this unit.
Inputs and Outputs
- Inputs: One pair of male RCA
- Outputs: Three pairs of
female RCA jacks (front, rear and subwoofer)
- Subwoofer Output:
- Can be turned On or Off
- You can adjust the cut-off frequency, choosing
50Hz/80Hz/125Hz. Slope is -18dB/Octave
- Output can be adjusted by 12dB (-6 to +6) in 1dB
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