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Axxess AXDSPX-HN3 DSP Interface With Amp Bypass Harness for Honda 2016-Up

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Axxess AXDSPX-HN3 DSP Interface With Amp Bypass Harness for Honda 2016-Up

  • Includes a DSP (Digital Signal Processor)
  • 31 Band graphic EQ
  • 10 individually assignable outputs
  • Independent equalization on each of the 10 outputs
  • Independent high pass, low pass, and bandpass filters
  • Each channel can be delayed independently up to 10ms
  • Clipping detection and limiting circuits
  • Designed for amplified models
  • Includes an amp bypass harness
  • Retains level control of subwoofer through the factory radio
  • Settings adjusted via Bluetooth¬ģ in a smart device application (tablet or mobile phone), compatible with both Android‚ĄĘ and Apple¬ģ devices
  • Read, write, and store configurations for future recall
  • Password protect feature available in the mobile app
  • Micro-B USB updatable
Instruction Manual
Product Information Sheet
Spec Sheet

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Accord 2018-Up
  • Civic 2016-Up
  • CRV 2017-Up

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