What does an LC7 do?

The LC7 is designed to accept an amplified, speaker-level signal from a factory source unit or amplifier. Many car audio enthusiasts have a number of sources of music, above and beyond their factory-installed source unit.

What is the difference between LC7i and LC2i?

The main difference is that the LC2i has two channels and the LC7i has 6.

What fuse to use with LC2i?

1A fuse
The LC2i requires a +12V in order to run properly. For best results, the +12V should be provided by the battery via direct line or from a power distro-block. The preferred wire gauge for the connection is a 18 AWG, and a 1A fuse is recommended.

What does an audio control epicenter do?

The Epicenter detects bass harmonics, then digitally recreates the underlying fundamental for the incredible punch and impact of live music. Your MP3 player thinks your car stereo is a pair of headphones, so it removes the bass!

How does the LC7i work?

The LC7i accepts up to six channels of speaker-level signal from factory- installed amplifiers or a source unit and converts it to a high- quality, after market low-noise, pre-amp level signal that can be fed to amplifiers and speakers.

What is AccuBASS?

AccuBass is a feature that restores bass frequencies on a factory system that rolls off the bass as you increase the volume. If you can hear that the bass does not increase as you continue to turn up the volume on the head unit then your factory system is most likely rolling off bass.

How do you adjust AccuBASS LC7i?

How to setup AccuBASS on the LC2i

  1. Turn the AccuBASS Threshold all the way to the left.
  2. Set the AccuBASS Level knob at the 12 O’clock position.
  3. Start playing music that is familiar and/or has a lot of bass.
  4. Slowly turn the volume up on the head unit until the bass starts to drop out (roll off)

What is a lc2?

The LC2i, is a compact, two-channel processor with active input circuitry, which allows it to accept speaker-level signals of up to 400 watts per channel from factory-installed source units or amplifiers.

Is the AudioControl lc6i the same as The LC6?

AudioControl continues to simplify OEM integration with the new LC6i Six Channel Line Output Converter with internal summing. The LC6i is built on the same technology as its predecessor, the LC6. The LC6i converts speaker level inputs from a factory radio or factory amplifier into high-quality pre-amp signals.

How many speaker level inputs does the lc7i use?

Six channels of active speaker level inputs – accepts up to 400 watts per channel Internal Channel Summing – For interfacing with factory installed amplifiers with built-in crossovers GTO™ (Great Turn-On) Circuit – Powers up the LC7i when it detects signal on the speaker level input

How many channels does the lc7 AudioControl accept?

Therefore we have equipped your LC7 with AutoMode inputs that take the Channel 2 signal and automatically feed it to the Channel 3 outputs, pro- vided there is no signal present on the Channel 3 inputs. This means your LC7 will accept two input channels and give you four output channels.

What does the lc6i line output converter do?

The LC6i follows in the steps of the rampantly successful LC8 Eight Channel Line Output Converter, offering all of the same features for 6 channel systems at a reduced price. The LC6i accepts speaker level signals, both crossed-over and full range, and converts them to high-quality pre-amp signals.