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Clarion Eq Eq5746 7 Band Graphic Eq, Aux, Used on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Modesto, California, United States

Modesto, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:clarion Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:eq5746

For a sale clarion eq graphic model eq5746, 7 bands used with auxiliary input, low pass frequency, 2 inputs and 3 outputs, with volume control and bass control. Cosmetic looks used with some scratches and dents. It doesn't come with mountain brackets. Take good look at the pics what you see it will be what you will get. This item is for sale as is no money back or return. Thanks

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