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Axxess AX-DSP-A2B2 A2B Plug-N-Play Package with AX-DSP for Select 2018-UP Ford Vehicles

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Axxess AX-DSP-A2B2 A2B Plug-N-Play Package with AX-DSP for Select 2018-UP Ford Vehicles

Utilizing Axxess’s AX-DSP-A2B2 data interface technology, the AX-DSP goes beyond what a traditional DSP can do and retains many of the features commonly lost when upgrading a sound system. It already works with a wide range of vehicle applications and systems, including OE or aftermarket radios, and fixed level audio or analog audio, in addition to non-amplified vehicles that do not have chimes.

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  • Designed for B&O A2B amplifiers
  • A2B data interface w/ AX-DSP-X (digital signal processor) built-in
  • Includes an amplifier bypass harness
  • Retains factory chimes including parking sensor chimes
  • Retains SYNC voice prompts
  • Chimes and voice prompts go through the aftermarket amplifier and/or cluster
  • Adjustable chime level
  • Micro-B USB updatable

  • AX-DSP-A2B2 interface
  • AX-DSP-A2B2 harness 
  • AX-DSP-A2B2 interface harness (male connectors: 12-pin, 16-pin) 
  • Amplifier bypass harness (female connectors: 8-pin black, 20-pin gray)

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