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Metra AXDSP-X Digital Signal Processor with Chime Control and Digital Amp

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Axxess AXDSP-X Digital Signal Processor with Chime Control and Digital Amp

31-band graphic EQ on each channel with high, low and bandpass filters
6 inputs, 10 individually assignable outputs
Selectable high and low level inputs
Each channel has independent two-way/three-way crossovers in-line with the EQ
Each channel can be delayed independently up to 10ms
Easy behind the radio installation
Can be used with OE and aftermarket radios
Chime control for GM/Chrysler vehicles
Clipping detection and limiting circuits
Bass knob included
Retains OE voice prompts (SYNC¬ģ and OnStar¬ģ)
Retains factory chimes including parking sensor chimes
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 your configuration for future recall
Password protect feature available in the mobile app
Micro ‚ÄúB‚ÄĚ USB updatable

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