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Old 6th August 2005, 03:25 AM   #1
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Is there anything like the DEQ2496 that runs off 12 vdc? What I want is something inexpensive with an auto eq function that I can run in a car.
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Old 6th August 2005, 09:02 PM   #2
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Nothing with that kind of capability, but there are companies that will convert the deq2496 to run off of 12V dc. You could buy one and have them do that to it, or you could buy a used one with that mod already done.
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I can convert the built-in internal SMPS of DCX2496 and DEQ2496 for 12V operation, preserving low EMI and line isolation from original unit and featuring 'remote' turn-on and 8V to 16V input voltage range.

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This is the PCB fixture for the primary side. It replaces a section of the original PCB and has the same size, so no machining is required.

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This is the almost-finished SMPS after primary side replacement and transformer rewinding.

Bad news is that shipping between Spain and USA may cost more than the equipment itself, and transferring currency is a mess, but I'd do it anyway for a reasonable price.
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http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductD...number=VPE500S $20
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the ucs pro seems very similar to the dcx. emailed the distributor and got a quick reply.
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Bad news is that shipping between Spain and USA may cost more than the equipment itself, and transferring currency is a mess, but I'd do it anyway for a reasonable price. [/B][/QUOTE]

Resonable? How much is reasonable?
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Old 19th August 2005, 01:59 AM   #8
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How about a good sub eq? I'm thinking 20-30 bands from ~dc to ~200-300 hz. Do they even make sub eqs with 30 bands?
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Old 19th August 2005, 03:19 AM   #9
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you cna always use a parametric EQ; the Behringer Feedback Destroyer (BFD) is quite popular. I'm not sure if you can "lower" the frequencies on a Behringer digital EQ unit to make it a "subwoofer" EQ or not - I'm not familiar with the rest of the Behringer family. There is always the DIY solution. I have a construction article around here somewhere about making your own subwoofer EQ, but it's labor-intensive. It's a project of the "make this circuit, then repeat 29 more times with the capacitor values from the table" type.
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I can convert the built-in internal SMPS of DCX2496 and DEQ2496 for 12V operation, preserving low EMI and line isolation from original unit and featuring 'remote' turn-on and 8V to 16V input voltage range.

Click the image to open in full size.
This is the PCB fixture for the primary side. It replaces a section of the original PCB and has the same size, so no machining is required.

Click the image to open in full size.
This is the almost-finished SMPS after primary side replacement and transformer rewinding.

Bad news is that shipping between Spain and USA may cost more than the equipment itself, and transferring currency is a mess, but I'd do it anyway for a reasonable price.
Hola!

Eva, podrias darme tu email? Tengo mucho que preguntarte.

Un saludo!

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