Does pre-out voltage make a huge difference?
I was talking to a guyat the audio shop that does SPL competitions and has a few trophies to his credit and he said the pre-out voltage on a head unit makes a HUGE difference in overall power. He talked about it like it was steroids or something Is this a true statement? I am still learning so I just take it all in and be quite. What head unit holds the title for most pre-out? What Pioneer and Kenwood units has the most pre-outs?
BTW... He said Kenwood HU's are the best for SPL
2001 Honda Civic EX Coupe
HU- Eclipse CD-5000
F&R Amp- MB Quart Qaa4250 1000 Watt 4-Channel
F- CDT HD52 5.25" With 1" Silk Tweets and M-6 6.5" Mids In The Doors(Three Way)
R- CDT M-6's
Sub Amp- Hifonics BXi2006D Brutus 2000 Watt D Mono
Subs- (2) FI-Q 12" in a 1.26 Cu^Ft./Per Side Unported Box
Battery- Kinetic 1400
House- Samsung 4665F/Def Tech Mythos 8's/Dayton 15" Sub Kit/Onkyo 605/Harmony 890
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