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FOR SALE: SVS PC-4000 Subwoofer & Arcam AV40 Processor

Rooster

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Cleaning out some stuff:

1) Arcam AV40 processor. 2 months old, mint condition. Comes in original packaging with all accessories. $2999 plus shipping and paypal fees

2) Ps Audio p10 power regenerator. 4.5 years old. Black color, and in mint condition. Original packaging. SOLD

3) SVS SB16 ultra subwoofer. Black oak. 6 months old mint condition. SOLD

4) SVS PC4000 Subwoofer. Mint condition. Includes remote, port plugs and original packaging. $1300 plus shipping/pp fees

PM me if interested or with any questions. Thanks!
 
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Rooster

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gotcha - sorry, that i’m not sure of. I’ve only got dual subs myself which it does. Not sure how it would handle 4. I’d guess you’d have to use a plotter and treat each pair as a single, though don’t quote me on that
 

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I have not worked with that Processor in a while, but as I remember it, you can assign up to 4 subs to channels 13, 14, 15, and 16 (and the Sub channel), so I would think you can get that to work. Hopefully someone has one currently installed in their system and can confirm.

Jim
 
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