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Average Customer Rating is 4.6 out of 5 stars:
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August 6, 2010 great product
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Tatyana from Corsicana, TX
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This product worked great! it added bass to blow my trunk. for the price it's really it good but i recently got a kicker Kx3 crossover and it added bass to all of my songs not only some which the epicenter did. i would recommend the kicker crossover it's cheaper and it adds raw bass to the digital.
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January 5, 2010 Epicenter on Soundstream 1000
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Michaelwe6942 from Henryetta, Oklahoma
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It did ad more bass, but dash mount control knob was more like a volume knob for bass which now is a very hard bass. Manual is not really clean or unit is not marked at what frequencies the control knob is adjusting like on their 4.1 EQ. The other adjust the width of the bass. I have it with a 25 Hz sub sonic filter using Alpine Rs in a ported to Alpine's Optimum Specs of 1.7 c.f. For me the bass hits to hard and not as musical, but maybe some of you guys like that. JVC head unit with EQ and Surround Sound adjustment does OK and just wanted to be able to restore what they said was lost bass, but it seemed harsh to me, not sure of Ipods etc with loss bass only use CDs FM some HD FM.
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September 29, 2009 Fun...But Not Sure If Necessary
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Brad from Edmonton, AB, Canada
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I have this unit in my vehicle as a part of a large system. I bought it for when I play mp3s and older music that don't have much bass. It's fun to play with, but it can really muddy up the bass. Maybe it's my fault ...but on the other hand, I maybe could do a better job at adjusting the settings on this unit if the company Audiocontrol would spend more time explaining how to tweak the only two adjustable parameters rather than inserting their cute little jokes in their manual. So my take: get an audiocontrol 30 band eq and with some good quality subs FIRST, then if you have the money to blow, buy this piece...an afterthought more than anything.
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April 15, 2009 Massive bass but...
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Dave from PAPEETE, French Polynesia
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OK, with this sound processor, you can get out massive bass from any sub that can take the beat; but i found it hard to adjust (the 2 knobs). I mean, when you turn the gain remote, the bass is so sensible that the smallest distortion in the song will higly affect the sound and it's like the thunder is in your car; the tempo is broke. Still even a good product.
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