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Pyramid 200 Watt Booster & 12 Band Graphic Equalizer - New! on

US $15.00

West Palm Beach, Florida, US

West Palm Beach, Florida, US
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Pyramid 200 watt booster & 12 Band Graphic Equalizer with input jack.

Model 1201GC 

I bought this a few years back and never got around to installing it.  I no longer own the vehicle I was planning on putting it in so my loss may be your gain.  Although it is a few years old it has never been installed or used.  It has been sitting in the original box in my garage since I bought it. 

Putting a little power booster like this to your existing system can make a big impact.

Feel free to ask any questions.  The booster is packaged and ready to go.  The package is 1 lbs. 10 OZ. and is 8”x8”x2”

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