it would only be helpful if you HU has high source impedance and you want to reduce it----
I just receive a audio control Epic 150 for my system and i am wondering if i should get a line driver for my systems. My question is, would it help my system installing the line drivers? Or is it a redundance to the system.......? I just started to get into the car audio thing so any addition information would be helpful......
Or if the line driver is a balanced type and you have heavy heavy noise induct through the car
amp still works just as hard---------- an it can't put out MORE power
it is also giving the amps more signal to work with meaning they dont have to work as hard to put out the same sound levels or can work just as hard and put out greater sound levels,
if you don't have a noise problem than you aren't going to notice at thing
one other thing the Audio Control Matrix supposely suppose to raise any pre-amp signal up 24 dB, or 13 volts peak. So what you are saying it would be very noticable......
source imedance---must be low-----and if you want a good balanced one they have extremly high noise rejection
is there anything important to look for in getting a line driver? anything that will distinguish a good one from a bad one, or are there no differences at all?
the only difference I have seen when looking to buy line drivers are their ability to strenghten your preout to 8 or 13 volts.......