Dual Bandwidth Equalization: A total of 13 bands are available
over two bandwidths, each band has separate dials for the left and right channels:
- Full Octave EQ: A 7-band full octave
equalizer controls frequencies above the bass range; the
center frequencies are 250 Hz, 500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 4 kHz,
8 kHz, and 16 kHz. The rotary knobs adjust the signal +/-12
dB. There's a notch at each knob's center position so it's
easy to return to the flat setting.
- Half Octave EQ: A 6-band 1/2 octave
equalizer controls the bass frequency range; the center
frequencies are 31.5 Hz, 45 Hz, 63 Hz, 90 Hz, 125 Hz, and
180 Hz. The rotary knobs adjust the signal +/-12 dB. There's
a notch at each knob's center position so it's easy to return
to the flat setting.
Input Gain: The input gains for the left and right channels
are set independently. The range is adjustable +/-18 dB to match the source output
to the EQ input.
Output Level: The adjustable output levels allow you to increase
the head unit's line voltage to the top of your amp's input range; up to 9.5 volts
RMS/13 volts peak.
Balanced Inputs: Using the balanced differential input circuit
cancels noise picked up in the transmission line between the EQX and the source
Speaker Level Inputs: The speaker level inputs are compatible
with most factory installed radios.
Terminal Blocks: The power/ground/remote terminal and the
speaker level input terminals are removable; the wiring is attached to the block,
then the block is plugged into the EQX. The terminal block will accommodate wire
up to 12 gauge.
Crossover: The crossover point between the high-pass and
low-pass outputs is 90 Hz and the crossover slope is 24 dB/octave. The crossover
point is governed by a replaceable chip, so it can be modified.
Subsonic Filter: The subsonic filter crossover point is 33
Hz and the crossover slope is 18 dB/octave. The crossover point is governed by
a replaceable chip, so it can be modified.
Bridging Output: The mono and inverted low-pass outputs can
be used to bridge many amplifiers that don't have internal bridging circuitry.
Bypass: The bypass switch allows you to instantly bypass all
the EQ adjustments.
Inputs and Outputs:
- Line Input: stereo RCA, balanced
- Speaker Input: removable stereo
- Full Range Output: stereo RCA, not
- High-Pass Output: stereo RCA,
frequencies above the crossover point
- Low-Pass Output: stereo RCA,
frequencies below the crossover point
- Mono/Bridged Output: two RCA,
one mono, the other inverted
- Power Input: removable terminal block
- Maximum Output: 9.5 volts RMS/13 volts
- Frequency response: 10 Hz-20 kHz; ±1 dB
- THD: 0.005%
- S/N Ratio: 110dB
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