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Which EQ?

Old 07-02-2009, 01:44 PM
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Which EQ?

I finally bought a new deck. I had been looking at this one for a few months Its the JVC KD-A805. It's sweet! I am running it with my MTX 4001 mono block and MTX 4004 4 channel.

http://mobile.jvc.com/product.jsp?modelId=MODL028473&pathId=142&page=1

We had a model that is a few down from this one. It has lasted a little over 4 years. We almost through it out the window a few times! The face would shut off and the deck would lock-up. Anyway, I am looking at add a EQ. The new deck is a little more bright and the high end needs to come down a bit still. I set the EQ in the deck, the highs are down as low as they can be. Anyone recommend a specific EQ? Or anyone have one for sale? I would like an in dash. But I could mount one on the sub box if need be.
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Old 07-02-2009, 04:17 PM
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I’ve got an Eclipse 2101 EQ, its a 6 band Graphic/Parametic EQ with 1 band Parametric for the Low and the 5 band graphic for the Mid/Highs.

It is brand new and has never been installed and is an in-dash DIN unit. It is virtually identical to the current Eclipse EQ1000 that is currently available.

Yours for a $100 bucks.

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