Eclipse CD8445 custom TA settings?
Is there any way to program custom TA settings into the CD8445? I moved my speakers from the doors to kicks today and I can't find a configuration that sounds the way I want it to. The best that I have gotten it is with using no TA at all, but I want to see what improvments I can make if I can do custom time alignment. I have been playing around on the e-iserv website tonight, and I selected a CD8455 as my head unit and I was able to go custom, but my question is, can i select CD8455 on the e-iserv site, set up my custom time alignment, and then download it to my CD8445 and have it work? Has anybody tried this? I think it is worth experimenting with, I'd love to see it work. As kind of a sub-question to go along with the previous one, is there something I can use to determine how much time and attentuation I should be using? I certainly can't guess that, but if there was a tool that I could use to plug in the pathlengths from each speaker and get those valus, that would rock.
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