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    Limiting HU Output

    I want to limit the output of my HU. Does this look like a viable option without affecting sound quality?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/PERIPHERAL-ATTN-...em140087955581

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    Re: Limiting HU Output

    I'm getting an error from that page.

    Harrison Labs (the same company that makes FMOD inline crossovers) makes inline RCA-level attenuators. Parts Express sells them.




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    Re: Limiting HU Output

    That should do what you're looking for.
    And you still need to beat your kids.




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    Re: Limiting HU Output

    Quote Originally Posted by JimJ View Post
    I'm getting an error from that page.

    Harrison Labs (the same company that makes FMOD inline crossovers) makes inline RCA-level attenuators. Parts Express sells them.
    that link is for a inline RCA-level attenuator




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    Re: Limiting HU Output

    lower your gains on your amps if you want to lower or limit output
    I dont see the reason perosnally as there is only one way to do
    and set up an audio system and thats the right way
    LOUD AND CLEAR




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    Re: Limiting HU Output

    Quote Originally Posted by excelerater View Post
    lower your gains on your amps if you want to lower or limit output
    I dont see the reason perosnally as there is only one way to do
    and set up an audio system and thats the right way
    LOUD AND CLEAR
    You would have to take the time to read this thread to see why I am asking this question

    http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=220089

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