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Earthquake's line of equalizers does more than just alter your music. They give you 4 bands of equalization, subwoofer crossover, level controls, and an extra audio input for a secondary source. You can control all this from the EQ-4000BT with adjustable knobs. With a few clicks and turns of the knobs and you can tailor all the EQ settings and level controls. Imagine the innovation involved in this one little half din unit. Extend your functionality.
Earthquake's 4-band equalizer now has Bluetooth capability, making it easier to start enjoying your favorite playlists from your Bluetooth-enabled devices (i.e. iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android, etc.) to the vehicle's audio system.
With the EQ-4000BT, you can keep your device with you at all times, reducing the risk of forgetting the device in your vehicle.
The EQ-4000BT is also ideal for use in a tour or party buses, limousines, and other commercial vehicles.
9 Volt RMS Output
4 Input sources (RCS, AUX, mini jack, and Bluetooth)
iPod / MP3 Ready
Fully retractable controls
Volume level control
Subwoofer level control
Blue background LEDs
Input gain control
Note: Will work with external amplification only.
Input Level: 14V RMS
Output Level: Front & Rear Ch: 4V RMS / Sub Ch: 5V RMS
Frequency Response: 15Hz - 34kHz (-3dB)
Input Impedance: 10.2 Kohms
Output Impedance: Front & Rear Ch: 2.2Kohm / Sub Ch: 510 ohm
Signal to Noise Ratio: 92dB
Recommended Fuse Rating: 1 Ampere
Dimensions (H x W x D): 25.4mm x 178mm x 108mm (without face plate)
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