OEM Audio Plus

Level Controller for Toyota Switch

The Level Control is a High-quality control knob for precision adjustability of subwoofer output. They are manufactured to fit in your car or truck’s OEM Toyota switch space. The switch lights up when connected to the factory dash light circuit—not required for our signature sound reproduction. ***Works with Reference 500 and System 500 applications only. ***

NOTE: ***This Level Controller for Toyota Switch is intended for use with Reference 500 and System 500 applications ONLY. It connects to the port on the multi-channel (DSP) amplifier. It does not connect to the subwoofer amplifier. *** All Dedicated Sub Amplifier and/or Dual Subwoofer systems include a gain control knob. This optional Level Controller for Toyota Switch is not required for those configurations but is an option for owners wanting a more integrated function and look.

 

Specifications

  • Level Controller
  • Measures 1.54″ x 0.83″
  • Optional illumination
  • Prior to purchase, please make sure this will fit your vehicle. NOT returnable.
  • The switch lights up when connected to the factory dash light circuit.
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Speakers

• Highly efficient Class HD amplifier
• Superior dynamics, volume, and impact
• 60W x 4 RMS (Continuous / @ 4-ohms)
• Huge power in a tiny package

Subwoofer

  • 27-Liter sealed fiberglass cabinet
  • Mounts using factory hardware locations
  • Non-invasive design preserves cargo area space

Amplification

Highly efficient Class HD Speaker Amplifier
• Superior dynamics, volume, and impact
• 60W x 4 RMS (Continuous / @ 4-ohms)
Subwoofer Amplifier
• Subwoofer gain control knob.
• 360 Watts RMS (Continuous / @ 4-ohms)

64-Bit Digital Signal Processing

• Calibrated to deliver high-resolution audio upon plug in.
• Extremely powerful 64 bit processing power and sound optimization
• 295 MHz DSP Chip | Class HD Topology
• Full Digital: Optical Toslink SPDIF Connectivity

It sounds unbelievable. Really what I was impressed with was the placement of the front stage. The vocals and the strings can clearly be pulled out of the music

Sean Hollman

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