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Axxess AXDSPX-A2B1 A2B Data Interface Amp Bypass Harness and DSP Ford 2017-Up

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Original price $356.25 - Original price $356.25
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Axxess AXDSPX-A2B1 A2B Data Interface Amp Bypass Harness and DSP Ford 2017-Up

  • Designed for Sony A2B amplifiers
  • A2B data interface with AX-DSP-X (digital signal processor) built-in
  • Includes an amplifier bypass harness
  • Retains factory chimes including parking sensor chimes
  • Retains SYNC voice prompts
  • All chimes/voice prompts go through the aftermarket amplifier and/or cluster
  • Adjustable chime level
  • Micro-B USB updatable
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Features: 

  • Designed for Sony A2B amplifiers
  • A2B data interface with AX-DSP-X (digital signal processor) built-in
  • Includes an amplifier bypass harness
  • Retains factory chimes including parking sensor chimes
  • Retains SYNC voice prompts
  • All chimes/voice prompts go through the aftermarket amplifier and/or cluster
  • Adjustable chime level
  • Micro-B USB updatable

Vehicle Fitment:

Ford

  • Escape 2017
  • Fusion 2017

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