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Thread: Anti-Thump Firmware Upgrade for Your M1-ATX!!!!!

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    Anti-Thump Firmware Upgrade for Your M1-ATX!!!!!

    Guys,

    If anyone is interested I got a chip for sale with the upgraded firmware for the M1-ATX that is designed to output the remote 12Volts to your audio amplifier after 38seconds from the initial startup. By allowing that much time, pc is able to load the sound card driver before the amp recieves the 12volts which eliminates the POP in your speakers.
    All you gotta do is remove the existing chip on the M1-ATX from its socket and pop that one in and you're done. Good thing about it is that you dont have to install additional delay relays or "anti-thump" devices to get rid of the pop, it's all integrated in the power supply, oem look.

    my email: [email protected]

    $15+$2 shipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcini
    Shoot me an offer
    nice, double-posting and not following rules.

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    Is your firmware based on the published M1-ATX firmware? I'm sure ituner / mini-box might have something to say about you selling a derivitive work for profit.

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    I'm not selling it for profit, just wanna get rid of it, I got an extra one, that's all.


    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    Is your firmware based on the published M1-ATX firmware? I'm sure ituner / mini-box might have something to say about you selling a derivitive work for profit.

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    How much? How bothersome is the thump...?

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    when i was experiencing the thump, let me tell you it was brutal, i got six speaker stereo and to 12" jl subwoofers, so that pop caused the voltage drop from 13volts down to like 11.8volts plus the poping sound was shook the whole car, dont wanna brag but it is pretty nice sound system i got, but anyway the thump is annoying if you got big system or not.
    PM me with an offer if you're interested

    cheers


    Quote Originally Posted by WiCKeD 5.9L
    How much? How bothersome is the thump...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcini
    dont wanna brag
    then don't


    visit the faq emporium and read the thread on why you shouldn't double post
    -Jesus- King of Kings Lord of Lords

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    ^^^^^thank you for your input, greatly appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcini
    Last edited by marcini : Today at 08:56 AM.
    Although you took the time to edit your post, you are still not following the rules.

    If this is something you're selling, you must post a price. Why is that so difficult to comprehend?

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    he told me $15+ shipping... seems like a huge rip off, mini-box.com will send it to you for free
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