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WTS: Car audio stuff. I'm calling it quits.

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by Mighty HD, Dec 31, 2005.

  1. Mighty HD

    Mighty HD Got Wax?

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    I've decided to call it quits for car audio. I'm happy with simple factory audio and upgraded speakers. I'm keeping all the subs and amps for now. I paid a mint for the amps and may split it up in a few different vehicles.

    To sell I have:

    1. Phoenix Gold Bass Cube. It's white, has minor wear, a few scuff's. Everything pictured is included. I paid $120 new, I'd like to get $75 SHIPPED OR MAKE OFFER
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    Description of what the hell it does: (Yes it is bad *** and works!)
    The BassCUBE (Constant Useable Bass Enhancement) is basically a single-band parametric bass-boost/level controller which will allow you to select a frequency between 20 and 110 Hz and apply a gain from 0 to 15 dB on that band. It allows you to select between a narrow Q (for ported/bandpass systems) and a wide-Q (for overall tweaking of a sealed system). These two settings affect how much the frequencies on either side of the center frequency you select are boosted, or the "width" of the boost, with gradual falloff. Also featured is a switch to go between a fixed or tracking 18dB/Oct subsonic filter, which is another option that allows you to tweak this unit between a Ported/Bandpass and Sealed system. The fixed subsonic filter is just that, and is used for sealed systems, where a tracking filter can be applied for a ported/bandpass setup, to save your speakers from damage when going below the tuning frequency of your ports.

    The processor itself is an outboard unit, designed for trunk mounting and has Gold plated RCA inputs and outputs, and will accept a maximum 8V input and output a maximum of 8V, so it integrates into high-volt output headunits and line drivers easily and improving/maintaining a good signal to noise ratio. There are two switches on the unit, one for selecting your Q and the other to switch between tracking modes, and also an input for the outboard controller dial. The dial simply has a pot for controlling gain, and you push it in or pull it out to turn the effect off / on respectively. It also has another smaller pot for selecting the boost frequency.

    The cable that interfaces between the outboard dial and the trunk-mount unit is simply an 2-line RJ-11 phone cord, which they supply you with an 18' length of it. Having the phone-cord interface makes it really easy to get shorter length cords should you decide to mount the unit closer than the back of the vehicle, without having to spend a hundred dollars on some proprietary cable. I found the length of the cord supplied ideal, considering my experiences with the shortness of the cord on the DEQ-9200 (3ft). It will basically reach anywhere in any normal vehicle on the road today, including suburbans and the likes.
    Gain: 0 to 15 dB
    Center Frequency: 20-110 Hz, infinitely variable
    Bandwidth: Setting of Q=2 or Q=6, narrow or wide

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    sold everything but bass cube
     

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    bump...come on guys
     
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    everything sold.

    Bass cube is still up for grabs.