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Old School Clarion 100eqb7, Rare Equalizer Booster!! 5- Band Eq New In Box!! on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Manufacturer Part Number:100EQB7 Warranty:No Brand:CLARION UPC:Does not apply

THIS IS A VERY RARE NEW OLD SCHOOL CLARION 100EQB7.   THIS WAS WHEN CLARION WAS AT THE TOP OF THE GAME.  THIS EQUALIZER - BOOSTER WILL ADD AWSOME SOUND QUALITY FOR ANY SYSTEM.  HARD MODEL TO FIND FROM EARLY 90's. 1/2 DIN CHASSIS,  5- BAND EQ, 25 x 2 MAX POWER, F + R FADER, AND MUCH MORE. DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS HIGH END EQ.  WILL MAKE ANY SYSTEM SOUND BETTER AND GIVE YOU A BOOST IN POWER (GREAT FOR OLDER HEADUNITS)!!!  NEW NEVER USED OR MOUNTED BUT SOLD AS IS. INCLUDES- EQ, TRIM RING, MOUNTING BRACKET,   ORIGNAL BOX (WORN FROM AGE), OWNERS MANUAL.  THE TRIM RING AND MAIN HARNESS IS NOT INCLUDED.(YOU CAN ORDER THE 12 PIN HARNESS ON EBAY FOR $12.50)  IF YOU DONT HAVE ONE. WILL BE SELLING AT A DISCOUNT BECAUSE IT'S MISSING AND DONT HAVE TIME TO ORDER.(SEE LAST PIC)  KEEP THIS IN MIND SO SELLING CHEAP!  ALSO HAVE MANY NEW OLD SCHOOL CLARION SPEAKERS,A SINGLE 12" PRO SUB..AND PRO RECEIVER (LISTED) EMAIL ME FIRST IF YOU WANT MORE THEN THE EQ OR TO BUILD A KILLER OLD SCHOOL CLARION SYSTEM!  AUCTION IS FOR THE ITEMS IN PIC ONLY. AGAIN NO HARNESS OR TRIM RING.  WILL BE SENT UPS/INSURED. ANY QUESTIONS JUST ASK. ALSO CHECK MY OTHER AUCTIONS.  

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