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Jimmy audio system for sale.

Discussion in 'Audio' started by NeXuS1, Apr 19, 2000.

  1. NeXuS1

    NeXuS1 Registered Member

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    I've decided before i sell my Jimmy locally i'm going to take out all my audio equipment since i could never get any kind of return if i sold it with the Jimmy.

    I have a Pioneer 6000 nice deck has 2 sets of 5V preouts tons of options for tweaking sound and built in crossovers, if you want more specs let me know i'll get them for you. $200

    I have a set of Boston Acoustics rally 6x9s very very nice speakers. $80

    I have a Bandpass box with two 10's not really sure on the brand but will hit as hard as MTXs. $150

    Also have a 4 channel amp thats i bridged to 3 and used the rear channel to push the 10's. i tried to get the ratings for the company but they couldnt get them, but i believe it calcuates out to about 150watts to the rear channel when bridged $75.

    I have some pictures if needed.


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  2. buttman

    buttman Registered Member

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    Hey bro where are your boston acoustics mounted in your Jimmy? I have a 1989 Chevy Blazer and was wondering. If you have them in the same spot mine are now I might be interested e-mail me at jnito99059@aol.com, thanks John
     
  3. cp87jimmy

    cp87jimmy Registered Member

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    I'd like as many specs on the pioneer deck as possible. Also might be interested in the subs and box. What brand is the amp? Where are you located?
    Thanks, Chris
     
  4. NeXuS1

    NeXuS1 Registered Member

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    heres the specs direct from pioneer:

    Supertuner® III™
    24-Station/6-Button (18FM/6AM) Presets
    BSM (Best Stations Memory)
    AGC (Automatic Gain Control) for Optimum CD Tracking Performance Playback Compatible with Digital Audio CD-R (when Disc is Finalized)
    IP(Interactive Pioneer)-Bus System Control 6, 12, & 50+1 Multi-CD Players Component Single-CD or -MD Players
    Voice Commander (CD-VC60)
    TV Tuner (GEX-P7000TV)
    Disc Title Memory (48 Discs)
    10-Character Display for Disc Title Memory, CD Text (MCD) & MD Title (with Scroll)
    Disc List
    MOSFET45 (45Wx4-Channel High Power)
    Hi-Volt RCA Preouts (x2 pair) (Front + Subwoofer or Front + NonFading) (Non-Clipping 4.8V max)
    Two-Way Crossover (HPF & LPF)
    Front/Rear HPF (50/80/125Hz, -12dB/Oct.)
    Sub-Out LPF (50/80/125Hz, -18dB/Oct.)
    Sub-Out Level (-12dB to +12dB) and Phase Control
    EEQ Performance Chip
    3-Band Parametric Equalizer
    Easy EQ (EEQ) switches 5 Factory, 1 User EQ Presets (Super Bass, Powerful, Natural, Vocal, Flat, Custom)
    Source Custom EQ Memory (independent custom memory for each source)
    Selectable Loudness Control (Low/Mid/High/Off)
    Selectable FIE (Front Image Enhancer) (Rear LPF100/160/250Hz)
    Full-Flap Face
    Detachable Face Security™
    DFS™ Alarm
    Cellular Mute Interface (Cellular Mute requires optional CD-CM1 wireless Cellular Mute)
    Remote Control Sensor (for optional CD-SR77 or CD-R600 Remote Controls)
    Multicolor EL Display

    I believe the amp is an L.A. Sound amp,

    I'm in sparks Nv.
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  5. cp87jimmy

    cp87jimmy Registered Member

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    I think I'd like to see any available pics you have. How much for everything?
    Thanks, Chris
     

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