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    Questioon about 2V out HU and 4V out DSP.

    I currently have the IDA which has 2V out, I am running that to the 4V out H701. Does SQ increase if I went with a 4V out HU and the 4V out DSP? Does the DSP 4V out, do just that as the final out prior to the amp?

    I gues what I am asking is, is it better to have 4V to 4V and not 2V to 4V?

    Looking at the 9887 as opposed to the IDA







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    Re: Questioon about 2V out HU and 4V out DSP.

    I'll bet no.. Reason.. You're running an Ai-net signal instead of the 2V RCA's.. You're essentially not using those 2V RCA signals.. just the Ai-net signal which I'll bet is a standard level of some amount... but that's just a hunch.

    That darned 9887... So tired of seeing the same old statement:

    "Out of stock"
    "Ship date uncertain"

    Oooh.. The PXE-H650 has a new one:
    "Expected: 8/10/2007"

    ... I'll believe it when I see it.. It might be a 1st choice if I get squirrely and go OEM instead of new head unit. I think I've all but ruled out the 3sixty.2 because of the very wide TA increments.




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    Re: Questioon about 2V out HU and 4V out DSP.

    Thanks man!




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