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AudioControl The Epicenter Micro Bass Restoration Processor & Line Output Converter

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AudioControl The Epicenter Micro Bass Restoration Processor & Line Output Converter

The Epicenter Micro keeps everything you have come to know and love about AudioControl’s bass processing and added the OEM integration capabilities that AudioControl leads the world in. Speaker level input stage and the traditional line level inputs make The Epicenter Micro the go-to product for any application. Regardless of your age or music preference, the addition of an enhanced bass response to your mobile audio sound system makes for a truly amazing experience.



  • Speaker Level Input 1 (2 channels)
  • Remote In / GTO"A Signal Sense / Audio Sense
  • Maximum Speaker Level Input: 40 Vrms / 400 W (20kΩ setting)
  • 2VDC Remote Out (always active when unit is on) Speaker Level Input Impedance (selectable): 20Ω, 60Ω, 20kΩ Line Level Input: 1 (2 channels)
  • Line Level Input Impedance: 7kΩ
  • Current Draw: 300 mA
  • Recommended Fuse Rating: 1 A 
  • Preamp Outputs: 1 (2 channels)
  • Maximum Output Level: 9.5Vrms/13V peak
  • Output Impedance: 150Ω
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.03%
  • Signal to Noise: >105 dB
  • Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 22 kHz ±1 dB 

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