Every pioneer deck I hear sounded dull and lacked topend..
Hopefully it's better..
The x991 put the 9887 and prs 880 to shame in definition..
still haven't installed mine..how user friendly is it to setup the ta/crossovers/eq
make sure on the top of the decks chassis you select NW and L for the rcas
I got the cd that came with it and read through the manual a few times, but it still seems complicated. Guess I just need to put it in and start messing with it
do it bro u will see
auto TA with the mic is painless. Manually setting it is contrived a bit.
Deck is by far the clearest thing I've ever heard, and papermaker, there is no lack in the highs on this one.
I wanted one before it came out. Then the first day it came out, we put one in my friends car. Its a pretty nice radio but I hate the way it looks. The knob is huge and the face looks and feels cheap like something youd see from an off brand radio. It looks a whole lot better off the computer than it does in real life. lol... I dont know if I wanna upgrade from my pioneer 860 to it. I do want those extra features but I love the way my 860 looks way more.
I wouldnt give it an 8/10 on looks, it should be more like 6/10. Everything else seems pretty accurate.
The only thing good about this deck is the 15 band Eq I hate the twist knob its not that responsive cranking up a deck to 59 is a pain it goes to 62 but 59 is where I like it the Bluetooth streaming is great haven't seen too many single dins do that yet unless my cda 117 was very out dated
ya its some what a pain to lower the volume when its up high just wish there was a quick mute button....but still the sound it puts out makes me forget about all the small nit picking
that's one thing I like on my x993...the remote has a button that instantly lowers the volume(not quite mute)
And I really like the way this one looks
Nice review bro...
Just curious, how come you didn't get a newer alpine? I'm partial to Alpine H/U's and am wondering how they stack up against the new school competition...