• PAC LC-1 Remote Amplifier Level Controller
PAC LC-1 Remote Amplifier Level Controller

PAC LC-1 Remote Amplifier Level Controller

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  • Remote amplifier level controller
  • Enables volume balance in any part of an amplified system
  • Adds subwoofer level controls to any head unit
  • Stereo RCA input and output

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Way better than amp specific bass knobs I had a fun project with a dual 2ohm subwoofer where I wanted to power each voice coil with an independent amplifier. I knew I wanted a bass knob and I didn't like the layout options for using the amp specific knob or knobs (which use a 3.5mm).This acts as a man in the middle controlling the level of signals in the RCA cables. Rather basic really, looks to just be a potentiometer in a casing with RCA input and output connectors (all female connectors), but that's not a flaw, that's what makes this great. The response time is instant, which is awesome as this particular vehicle is very bass heavy and you can be respectful at red lights and turn down the bass without losing the music from your other speakers. Also very fun to set it down low at maybe a 1/4th and demo your system to a friend, then on the second drop, let it wide open and see the surprise if they weren't expecting it.Assuming you already have your standard male to male RCA run from head unit to amp, you just need to pick up a short run 3ft or 4 ft, and you can put the LC-1 right in the middle. 5Works good Works good to tune my sub level on the fly while driving. I put it where my cigarette lighter was. I had to remove it from the housing due to the small space I was putting it in but that was easy. 5Great for multi-sub setups in cars I bought this for my Mustang because the stock sound system includes 2 subs, and while the stock headunit lets me independently control the output levels, aftermarket head units only have one sub out setting. I used this to turn down the front subs so my door subs could be set to a much lower level than the trunk ones and it works perfectly.I wish the dial were a bit more stiff to turn so it wouldn't get adjusted if it gets bumped, but I doubt it'll be a problem since it's tucked inside my center console. 5Don't be a HACK! I bought this because you cant buy a new Emotiva control freak any more :( I'm using this to control 2 subs. Wire tie the wires all up and mount it with dual sided servo tape. Use quality sub cables for the love of Pete! Put all the wires inside of some black split loom. Don't HACK your work, make it look nice! I cant stand to see Mickey Mouse, hack jobs and leave all the visible spaghetti wires all over the place. Have some pride for god sake.... I bought the Elediy machined knob with this, gives it a nicer feel. Pull the old plastic knob off and put this nice metal machined knob on. It comes with a set screw to lock it down along with the proper Allen key. 5Incredible value for under $10, plus super simple installation Recently installed an older Memphis mono amp in my truck. It works great but didn't include the original remote from Memphis. Turns out not all RJ11 remotes are compatible, so I started looking for a universal gain control knob and came across this. It costs less than $10, and offers the exact same functionality as most proprietary gain knobs costing 5x more. This was delivered over my lunch break today, so I decided to hook it up in my truck before I pulled out of the driveway. Simply grabbed an extra RCA cable pair which went from the output connectors to my amp, and then connected the existing pre-amp RCAs into it. Works like a charm, and lets me turn down the bass a little quicker when I pull into the office parking lot every morning. I'm sure my coworkers appreciate it lol. 5Recommend fully I have one of these in my wifes car and it works great. I bought this one for my home theater system. My subwoofer is hard to get behind to change volume level, and toggling through the receivers menu is a pain...so I ran this inline from the subwoofer out to subwoofer in. Works like a charm. I just adjusted the volume level on both the sub and the subwoofer out on the receiver to near max, and use this little guy to perfect the level when switching from movie to music etc. Recommend fully. 5Works, but... I tried to find a way to ask the mfr this question but I could not find a link to them. I have an amplified subwoofer without volume control. The AVR it is connected to could not reduce the output enough for my liking. I connected this device to the sub and it works but the control knob goes from zero to 100% in about 1/10th the rotation of the knob. In other words, there doesn't seem to be a linear adjustment with equal gradations between the 2 extremes of the knob. This makes it somewhat difficult to get the right adjustment. Not sure if this is the way it is designed or if there is something wrong with it but I could not find a link to the mfr to ask. 3Works great as a volume control I used it in an arcade cabinet between a Raspberry Pi USB sound card and Logitech desktop amplified speakers.It gave me a volume control that I could mount at an accessible location since the Logitech speakers are mounted inside the cabinet and their volume control is inaccessible.There is no hissing or static. The range of adjustment is very good and smooth. There is no loss of any quality of the sound. 5Quality reflects the price, but gets the job done. Simple adjustable pad/attenuator. I was going to build my own, but the price of this little stereo attenuator was more cost and time effective. The build quality is much cheaper than I expected, but for $7 shipped to my door I can t complain. I am using this to reduce the input signal from my retro game consoles to my studio monitors, so I m not too concerned about robustness. If you intend to use this in car, as it was originally intended for, I would spring for something built a little more sturdy. The body is made of very cheap plastic, and is held together by the friction of the RCA cables exiting the back housing through a rubber grommet. I will say the knob action is quite smooth though. 3Excellent controller. I'm using it two control two Rockville ... Excellent controller. I'm using it two control two Rockville powered subs in my truck. Your imagination is the limit on how to hide this thing. I disguised mine as the cigarette lighter on my dash. 5
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Way better than amp specific bass knobs I had a fun project with a dual 2ohm subwoofer where I wanted to power each voice coil with an independent amplifier. I knew I wanted a bass knob and I didn't like the layout options for using the amp specific knob or knobs (which use a 3.5mm).This acts as a man in the middle controlling the level of signals in the RCA cables. Rather basic really, looks to just be a potentiometer in a casing with RCA input and output connectors (all female connectors), but that's not a flaw, that's what makes this great. The response time is instant, which is awesome as this particular vehicle is very bass heavy and you can be respectful at red lights and turn down the bass without losing the music from your other speakers. Also very fun to set it down low at maybe a 1/4th and demo your system to a friend, then on the second drop, let it wide open and see the surprise if they weren't expecting it.Assuming you already have your standard male to male RCA run from head unit to amp, you just need to pick up a short run 3ft or 4 ft, and you can put the LC-1 right in the middle. 5Works good Works good to tune my sub level on the fly while driving. I put it where my cigarette lighter was. I had to remove it from the housing due to the small space I was putting it in but that was easy. 5Great for multi-sub setups in cars I bought this for my Mustang because the stock sound system includes 2 subs, and while the stock headunit lets me independently control the output levels, aftermarket head units only have one sub out setting. I used this to turn down the front subs so my door subs could be set to a much lower level than the trunk ones and it works perfectly.I wish the dial were a bit more stiff to turn so it wouldn't get adjusted if it gets bumped, but I doubt it'll be a problem since it's tucked inside my center console. 5Don't be a HACK! I bought this because you cant buy a new Emotiva control freak any more :( I'm using this to control 2 subs. Wire tie the wires all up and mount it with dual sided servo tape. Use quality sub cables for the love of Pete! Put all the wires inside of some black split loom. Don't HACK your work, make it look nice! I cant stand to see Mickey Mouse, hack jobs and leave all the visible spaghetti wires all over the place. Have some pride for god sake.... I bought the Elediy machined knob with this, gives it a nicer feel. Pull the old plastic knob off and put this nice metal machined knob on. It comes with a set screw to lock it down along with the proper Allen key. 5Incredible value for under $10, plus super simple installation Recently installed an older Memphis mono amp in my truck. It works great but didn't include the original remote from Memphis. Turns out not all RJ11 remotes are compatible, so I started looking for a universal gain control knob and came across this. It costs less than $10, and offers the exact same functionality as most proprietary gain knobs costing 5x more. This was delivered over my lunch break today, so I decided to hook it up in my truck before I pulled out of the driveway. Simply grabbed an extra RCA cable pair which went from the output connectors to my amp, and then connected the existing pre-amp RCAs into it. Works like a charm, and lets me turn down the bass a little quicker when I pull into the office parking lot every morning. I'm sure my coworkers appreciate it lol. 5Recommend fully I have one of these in my wifes car and it works great. I bought this one for my home theater system. My subwoofer is hard to get behind to change volume level, and toggling through the receivers menu is a pain...so I ran this inline from the subwoofer out to subwoofer in. Works like a charm. I just adjusted the volume level on both the sub and the subwoofer out on the receiver to near max, and use this little guy to perfect the level when switching from movie to music etc. Recommend fully. 5Works, but... I tried to find a way to ask the mfr this question but I could not find a link to them. I have an amplified subwoofer without volume control. The AVR it is connected to could not reduce the output enough for my liking. I connected this device to the sub and it works but the control knob goes from zero to 100% in about 1/10th the rotation of the knob. In other words, there doesn't seem to be a linear adjustment with equal gradations between the 2 extremes of the knob. This makes it somewhat difficult to get the right adjustment. Not sure if this is the way it is designed or if there is something wrong with it but I could not find a link to the mfr to ask. 3Works great as a volume control I used it in an arcade cabinet between a Raspberry Pi USB sound card and Logitech desktop amplified speakers.It gave me a volume control that I could mount at an accessible location since the Logitech speakers are mounted inside the cabinet and their volume control is inaccessible.There is no hissing or static. The range of adjustment is very good and smooth. There is no loss of any quality of the sound. 5Quality reflects the price, but gets the job done. Simple adjustable pad/attenuator. I was going to build my own, but the price of this little stereo attenuator was more cost and time effective. The build quality is much cheaper than I expected, but for $7 shipped to my door I can t complain. I am using this to reduce the input signal from my retro game consoles to my studio monitors, so I m not too concerned about robustness. If you intend to use this in car, as it was originally intended for, I would spring for something built a little more sturdy. The body is made of very cheap plastic, and is held together by the friction of the RCA cables exiting the back housing through a rubber grommet. I will say the knob action is quite smooth though. 3Excellent controller. I'm using it two control two Rockville ... Excellent controller. I'm using it two control two Rockville powered subs in my truck. Your imagination is the limit on how to hide this thing. I disguised mine as the cigarette lighter on my dash. 5
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