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Alpine2005
06-02-2005, 12:49 AM
anyone with a p960mp or p860mp or p940mp i need to know there did you set the 13band equalizer

my is set to the following
50Hz: -2
80: -1
125: 0
200: -1
315: - 2
500: -1
800: -2
1.25k: -1
2K: 0
3.15k: 0
5k: 0
8K: -3
12.5k: -4

the BBE and loudness are set to off

the Position selector is set to Front seats

the Fader is set to FR00

the Compression and BMX is set to COMP2

what do you guys have them set to?

zachzchw
06-02-2005, 01:50 AM
Not sure on all of my settings, but you might want to switch the position selector to front left....it made a nice difference on mine....
What tweets are you running? I know all my tweet setting are pretty low (between -1 and -4) and it still gets somewhat shrill.....

JAZN
06-02-2005, 02:30 AM
i cant recall the EQ off the top of my head but...
position is front left
fader is F25
BMX is off, but set to BMX1 if im using horrible mp3s

im having the most horrible time setting my TA. i change it daily and it never sounds just rite.

RCwhat
06-02-2005, 11:54 AM
if eq'd correctly, the numbers are gonna differ greatly from car to car....

BeanII
06-02-2005, 11:56 AM
if eq'd correctly, the numbers are gonna differ greatly from car to car....

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Alpine2005
06-02-2005, 11:03 PM
if eq'd correctly, the numbers are gonna differ greatly from car to car....

yeah but i just want to know? some of you guys are better adjuster then others

let me know how you have them set to so i can try them out.

zachzchw
06-03-2005, 12:34 AM
if eq'd correctly, the numbers are gonna differ greatly from car to car....

yeah but i just want to know? some of you guys are better adjuster then others

let me know how you have them set to so i can try them out.


It wont make any difference how other people have them set. Set them according to the sound you want, and what sounds best in your car, only way to go.

squeak9798
06-03-2005, 12:45 AM
It wont make any difference how other people have them set. Set them according to the sound you want, and what sounds best in your car, only way to go.

:word:

Settings are going to differ based on location of speakers, speakers used, preference in sound, vehicle, etc etc. It honestly doesn't matter how someone else's EQ is set, as your will need to be set totally different than theirs.