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Hifonics HFEQ-2 4-Band Equalizer with 9 volt Line Driver and Multiple-Source Signal Processor

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Hifonics HFEQ-2 4-Band Equalizer with 9 volt Line Driver and Multiple-Source Signal Processor

EQ on the fly and with precision in the comfort of your vehicle! The Hifonics HFEQ-2 processor features in-dash installation for quick control of master and sub volume. With HFEQ-2, equalization adjustments for real-time tuning have never been easier.


  • HF Series 4-Band Equalizer
  • ½ DIN ISO mount included, this can be installed right in the dash of your vehicle
  • Audio input selector for switching between the head unit and another source
  • Input level controls for both car radio and any media device to ensure identical volume levels
  • Master volume control of the SPL-level for both sound sources
  • Front to rear dual-amp fader
  • 2 audio inputs with level matching
  • 45Hz sub-bass control; 120Hz mid-bass control
  • Includes mounting hardware


  • Type: Processor
  • Series: HF
  • Category: Mobile
  • Color: Black
  • Model Replaced: HFEQ
  • Compatible Vehicles: Universal
  • Accessory Hardware / Tools: Includes mounting hardware

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