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Clarion EQ/DSP processor

Discussion in 'Audio' started by '73 K5, Jul 13, 2000.

  1. '73 K5

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    Anybody used one of these. I have an older DRX9175L and I found the older style processor for sale. Opinions?

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    How much????

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    $175. The newest DSP unit from Clarion is about $350.

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    Clarion is what clarion is, cheap.

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    What planet are you from? Clarion is cheap? Cheaper than Eclipse and Alpine, but a lot nicer than most. The shop I install at carries Koss, Aiwa, JVC, Sony, Pioneer, and Clarion. The Clarion units sound the best and come back the least for service. And my "cheap" Clarion Pro Audio deck was $499. Why don't you read some reviews of the $1200 CD deck they came out with a couple years ago.

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