Soundstream BX-10X Digital Bass Reconstruction Processor
Soundstream BX-10X Digital Bass Reconstruction Processor with Lighted Display and Remote Control
They say music soothes the soul, but poor control of your system can kill the harmonics of a beautiful song or road trip. If you want to extend great-sounding music from your source to your amps, then get yourself a Soundstream Digital Bass Reconstruction Processor.
The BX digitally maximizes the ultra-low bass on all types of recorded material. The processor detects bass harmonics, then digitally recreates the original essentials for the incredible punch and impact of live music. Basically, you get more bass! Works great for music or factory radios that forgot we enjoy bass response in our systems! EDM, Banda, Rock, Jazz… No Problem!
SWEEP: Select the frequency boosted by the equalizer. This is the “center frequency,” which can be as low as 27Hz or 63Hz. Choosing this frequency depends on your taste in music.
WIDTH: increases or decreases the bandwidth range, or “Q,” boosting frequencies near the “center frequency.” Narrow Q focuses on harmonics immediately surrounding the center frequency. Wide Q unlocks harmonics all around the center frequency.
DASH CONTROL: included with this bass processor can be mounted anywhere in the vehicle, but easy adjustment from the driver seat is recommended. The output level of the Bass Equalizer can be controlled.
- Bass Reconstruction Processor
- Selectable grounding mode (balanced, unbalanced)
- LED Bass maximizer indicators
- PWM High headroom power supply
- Light-up display for easy viewing
- Variable Boost Q
- Dash-mount gain control
- 1-year Manufacturer's warranty
- Subsonic Filter: 35Hz, 50Hz, 80Hz
- Selectable output voltage: (2.5V, 5V, 7.5V, 10V)
- Variable boost frequency: 27-63Hz
- THD: .003%
- Signal-to-noise ratio: 130dB
- Balanced signal input up to 15V
- Output level: 13.5V
- Balanced input noise rejection: 60dB
- Dimensions: 4-3/8"D x 7"W x 1-1/8"H
This product can expose you to, known to the State of California, to cause cancer. For more information, go to P65Warnings.ca.