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Radio: panasonic cq-hx2083u

I want to buy the panasonic qc-hx2083u but i need to know if i can adjust audio: treble / fade / Bass ( take off bass of speaker ) cause i use a subwoofer ... ty !

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All radios do it these days so yes u must check if it has an rca line out for the amp

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