I've been trying to set the gain on my Kenwood X500-1 amp, but I'm not getting any square waves when I turn up the gain. I'm using a 50Hz test tone. I'm using a stock head unit and I'm using an Audio Control LC2i.
When I do turn up the gain, at some point, the top of the sine wave just comes to a point and one side of the wave curves more and the other side just straightens; it almost looks like the way you would draw ocean "waves" when you were a little kid. I know it's a bad description but I don't know how else to describe it.
Anyways, does this matter, or should I try to be finding a squared off wave? And how do obtain a squared off wave?
I've set the gains with an O-Scope, in this same vehicle, before with a kenwood KAC-8405 and was actually able to find squared off waves.