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Digital Signal Sound Processor Alto Mobile W/remote,high Sound Quality Rare on 2040-parts.com

US $275.00
Location:

Des Moines, Iowa, United States

Des Moines, Iowa, United States
good condition with only minor signs of use. See pictures for best description and condition. 1 unit is non working but giving as a package deal for parts.
UPC:Does not apply

Up for sale is a set up so rare, its hard to even find any information on these. Alto Mobile Digital Signal Sound Processor thats fully functional. See my other items, i have rwo matching amplifiers!! Super badass! Also included is a non working Digital Signal Processor thats a little different, has different functions and connectivety slightly different. Has the manual for both processors. See pictures for details. These have never been installed and never been mounted in a vehicle. Has only been bench tested to ensure its functionality and works great, sounds great. Has the original packaging and user manual. Comes with a REM.1 a Alto Mobile Remote that is also new in the box, that will need a adapter to be able to talk to the processor via a cable adapter s-video to a VGA. Shown in pics. I am keeping the cable that was used for the testing i have for other testing on other audio equipment. FAST FREE SAME DAY SHIPPING

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