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Hifonics HF7BEQ 7 Band Parametric Equalizer with 9 Volt Line Driver Processor

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Hifonics HF7BEQ 7 Band Parametric Equalizer with 9 Volt Line Driver Processor

HIFONICS HF7BEQ 7-Band Equalizer/two-way crossover. This unit has both a pre-amp equalizer and crossover to provide the multi-speaker system of your vehicle with improved sound performance.



  • Illuminated Blue Control Knob LEDS
  • Low and High-Level Inputs (Speaker Level)
  • Designated Subwoofer Unbalanced Output
  • Subwoofer X-Over Frequency Control
  • Input Level Control Adjustment
  • Fader Control
  • Half DIN Chassis Size
  • Mounting Hardware (INCLUDED)
  • Seven Equalization Bands Each Adjust +/- 12dB


  • Type of Equalizer: Parametric
  • Equalizer Bands: 7 band
  • Equalizer Frequencies: 80 - 120 Hz
  • Series: HF
  • Category: Mobile
  • Line Driver: Yes
  • Speaker Level Inputs: No
  • Compatible Vehicles: Universal
  • Accessory Hardware / Tools: Includes mounting hardware
  • Color: Black

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