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Old 25th January 2014, 11:41 PM   #1
OZzy Iz is offline OZzy Iz
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I would like any and all info about this eq.
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Old 26th January 2014, 08:31 PM   #2
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All? Any? You have a parametric EQ. The top left-most nob is master volume. The nob directly below it is a fade or "pan" to blend channels more left, or right. The remaining three nobs along the top row are frequency selectors--Frequencies which these nobs are pointed at will be the target of your EQ. Below each of these three frequency nobs, respectively, are bandwidth nobs. These control the contour--or bell shape--of the EQ. More bandwidth means a fatter "bell" which will affect more frequencies adjacent to the target frequency. Less bandwidth will create more of a spike. To the left of these pairs of nobs, respectively, is a slider. This slider will control the "volume" level of the target frequency. For example, if the sliders are in the very middle position, you will not be altering the selected frequency. Move the sliders up will increase that frequency (related to the respected bandwidth.)-- Moving the sliders down will attenuate that frequency.
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Old 25th February 2014, 11:36 AM   #3
turk 182 is offline turk 182  Canada
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you should have posted this in the car audio section(you'd probably get more responses)
after a quick "googling" there's lots of info on line even complete manuals and wiring diagrams.
are you seeking schematics?
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