Originally Posted by SPLEclipse
Crossovers and gain structure will make more of a difference in your sound than anything else...more than any EQ ever will. However...there's a learning curve and it's extremely frustrating at times when you are trying to tune.
What exactly are the problems? Do you care at all about imaging and staging, or is it a tonal balance problem? do some notes scream and others fall flat?
Last night I disconnected the bottom 5.25 and bottom tweeter. Still using the passive crossover as I don't have a second amp to run active yet. What i'm hoping to get out is a more SQ than Loud front stage. This might kick my azz later when I do run my American bass 1100.1 but will worry about that when the time gets there.
I have the A-pillars 4", tweeter and 2 6.5 on the doors. I like the sound alot more than before. But we are back at some songs some sound better than other. Keep in mind I play Old westcoast rap, old Rock, oldies and Spanish jamz. Most coming from Pandora, example at times when playing rock, Spanish I wish I could make the drums sound a bit more, let the tuba be a bit louder ect. In the pass I had a Kenwood KGC-6042A which was nice but want something different.
I've looked into the MS-8 which will tune it but won't allow you to adjusted the eq right?
Bit 10 isnt that a OEM integration? I've look at the Bit One which is nice and could be a option.
RF 3sixty.3 = I think this would allow me to have 3 different setting depending on the type of music.
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