Clarion 74eq on 2040-parts.com
Elderton, Pennsylvania, United States
It is a 7 band graphic equalizer, with variable subwoofer frequency control and volume level control, as well as a front to rear fader. The adjustable frequencies are 30Hz, 120Hz, 200Hz, 400Hz, 1kHz, 3kHz, 14kHz. The subwoofer crossover frequency is instantly adjustable 50Hz, 80Hz, and 120Hz and also has a mono/stereo switch for the subwoofer output as well as a high pass filter. This EQ also has an LED VU meter for the left and right channels and an EQ bypass switch. Also, each one of the 7 EQ level controls has a yellow LED visible for quick easy adjustments in the dark.
ALL WORKS AS IT SHOULD
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