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    Is A Line Driver Necessary?

    Will I find a noticable increase in the clarity of my subs if I increase the preout voltage to my monoblock amplifier? Is it worth the extra 60 bucks out of my pocket to get a 3 channel line driver, or save it, and just use one.




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    Re: Is A Line Driver Necessary?

    Originally posted by Mark_ab
    Will I find a noticable increase in the clarity of my subs if I increase the preout voltage to my monoblock amplifier? Is it worth the extra 60 bucks out of my pocket to get a 3 channel line driver, or save it, and just use one.
    If you seem to have the requirement to turn your gains up high enough to hear induced noise in order to get full potential of your system, then you'd need one. If you set your gains and hear nothing but silence when your volume is down, and nothing but clarity when it is up... don't waste your cash...

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    Okay thanks, that confirmed my thoughts.




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