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  • what about this for a cheap dsp:

    ok, what about this:

    http://www.etcetera.co.uk/products/VID011.shtml

    im pretty sure u can get the dsp without the speakers, if not i bet ud get a bob or 2 for the speakers on ebay.
    and its 12v.... what do u guys think of that? good/bad, would it work in car.


    Decoder input connectors
    Coaxial S/PDIF (RCA) for digital input. Optical S/PDIF (Toslink) for digital input. Stereo phono RCA for analog line input.
    Decoder output connectors
    6-channel output for connection to 6-channel amplifier (cable supplied). Separate 3.5mm jacks for analog audio out.
    LCD display for status information
    Full-function remote control



    just thort id throw that one out to u.

    tom.

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    I have that reciever. It's a Midiland actually.
    Thought about using it for the car, but have not.
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      i think someone i know has it in car, i cant remember who tho, someone from this board whos on my messenger.. ill ask around tonight.

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        I guess the main question is does it vork off of 12v anything more you would have to put an inverter in your car wich is undersireable for some
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        • #5
          ok so i talked to that dude, it was jameswarner from the forums, turns out he had it in car, and it is 12v and it sounded great, but it lost all its settings when there was no power.

          tom.

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