Kennon 4-band Parametric Equalizer With Dual Mic Inputs on 2040-parts.com
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Manufacturer Part Number:KPE-K488
Country/Region of Manufacture:China
If you are adding microphones to your existing in-car entertainment system, this unit is what you are looking for. Tour operators usually look for this product to hook up to their DVD player in their buses. It's also used for in-car karaoke systems.
- Master volume control with up to 7 volts RMS of output.
- 4-Band Parametric Equalizer with 12dB Boost/Cut
- Specific bandwidth for each band plus high frequency shelving
- Individual Left & Right Sensitivity controls
- MIC Treble/Bass Control
- Digital echo sound processor
- Highlight illumination design
- Fader control
- Microphone level control
- Dual microphone inputs
We ship worldwide using expedited shipping service from Malaysia. You will be updated with the tracking number once the product is picked up by the courier service.
Warranty is 30 days from the date of purchase.
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