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What's the best settings for car audio

Discussion in 'Car Audio' started by Hellz03, Mar 10, 2018.

  1. Hellz03

    Hellz03 New Member

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    Hi I have a pioneer head unit FH-X785BT
    And pioneer speakers 6x9s
    Kenwood amp kac-ps527
    And a sub which I'm unsure about its called an "audio option" anyway it works just fine regardless lol
    My questions is what's the best sound setting for my stereo and amp? Look this may be a silly question and prob often asked?
    (Oh and yes I am female no I am not blonde lol) I have tinkered around but can't seem to get that perfect bass sound that I really want.... Come on boys help me out plz lol

     
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    The best setting, is the one that suits you and your car.
    Every car and personal preference is different. To say that it should be set at this or that, may not suit you or the
    acoustic values of your car.
    If you can't get that bass sound you're after, the sub and bass may not be suitable for the sound you're after.
    It would be best to take it to a car sound specialist. They can tune your amps to suit you and your car.
     
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    Fair enough cheers
     
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    You need a clean signal and the adjust the amp from there. Somewhere between 25 and 30 would be max that you will still get a clean signal. You then set your amp to the desired level of loudness, depending on how loud you want to hear your music at when the head unit is at it's max but still maintaining a clean signal.
     
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    Oh OK thats really helpful mate cheers
     

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