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Memphis 16-eqp7 Chrome Car Audio Parametric Equalizer Old School Eq on 2040-parts.com

US $175.00
Location:

Lansing, Illinois, United States

Lansing, Illinois, United States
in excellent operating condition
Brand:Memphis Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:16-EQP7

Memphis EQ
7 Band Trunk Mount Parametric Equalizer

7 volt max output
6 channel
Adjustable Q for each Band
Removable Flush Panel
Phase Shift Control
7.75"x3.4"x2"

Design Contest: Stile Italiano Giovani 2004

Fri, 22 Oct 2004 00:00:00 -0700

One of the sad things about being editor of a motoring magazine is turning down all the enthusiastic young job applicants who know exactly how to test Ferraris against Lamborghinis, using Porsches as benchmarks...exactly the kind of people I don't need. I imagine it might be the same with judging a design competition. There will be masses of young people who love drawing cars submitting their sketches - and there it all ends.

Vauxhall Meriva concept teaser (2008)

Thu, 21 Feb 2008 00:00:00 -0800

By Glen Waddington First Official Pictures 21 February 2008 16:22 It's suicide time for Vauxhall's mini-MPV. This sneak preview of the Meriva concept to be unveiled at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show reveals suicide-style rear doors that will be a production certainty for the next-gen Meriva. The mini-MPV will retain its B-pillar so that structural integrity is maintained and so the rear doors can be opened independently of the front ones.'The rear-hinged doors are both lighter and less expensive to engineer than sliding doors,' said Sara Nicholson, GM's European product manager for compact cars.

Audi Urban Future Awards

Mon, 14 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Audi has challenged six international architects to present their vision for a future urban landscape that will explore the interplay between mobility, architecture and the city. The winner of the Audi Urban Future Awards will receive a €100,000 prize to be presented at the Venice Biennale in August. Phase one has been completed, with the contestants presenting their hypothesis for the city of the future at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London in May.