ReCurve EZQ – Add amps to your stock Toyota Tacoma Stereo (Head unit)
ReCurve EZQ – makes add amp(s) fast and easy to your to your stock Toyota Tacoma Stereo (Head unit) – Looking to add quality sound to your stock Toyota Tacoma Double Cab stock head unit? You can keep your stock head unit in place by adding the ReCurve EZQ.
After years of customers asking us how to keep their stock head unit and add an amp(s), the EZQ was developed over a 4 year period to work with Toyota’s head units and their internal digital signal processor (DSP). Each vehicle manufacturer has a little “twist” to their DSP and how they will “tune” the factory stereo. This product was developed with your Toyota in mind. Additionally the turn key plug and play installation for your Toyota makes this the easiest and fastet way to add an amp(s) to your stock head unit without cutting any of your factory wires. It’s really “plug and play” . .
AT the time of this post, we have over 500 ReCurve EZQs out in the market place.
Believe it or not, this little “magic box” will help you get the sound you’ve been CRAVING from your stock Entune stereo. (works with NON entune also)
There are three parts to the ReCurve system.
- The ReCurve EZQ – this is the actual EQ unit you will need to clean up the factory detuned unit.
- The ReCurve wiring system. You will need to let us know the year and model of your Toyota. The wiring system is required to gain access to output from the stock head unit. To make installation easy and provide mounting options, the wiring system is nearly 20 feet long.
- The remote BASS knob used to be sold separately. We are now including it in the purchase of the ReCurve EZQ. The remote bass knob is a must if you plan to add a subwoofer. Most amp sub knobs simply boost the the frequency at around 45- 55Hz. Our setup takes it a step further by offering a remote gain system that adjusts the entire subwoofer frequency range. Providing the most control over your bass and sound system.
This setup does not work with the upgraded JBL system. A custom setup is required if you have a JBL setup. Most JBL units are clearly marked on the stereo / head unit AND, they will usually have a factory subwoofer (if you want to cal it that 😉 )