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    Head Unit Limits Set By O-Scope...

    Im thinking this might be a pretty neat idea. Everyone with an o-scope checks their headunit to find out when it starts clipping. It'd be neat to get a list together with the headunit and where it starts clipping at so others know who dont have an o-scope.

    lets try to make this uniform by using the same tones. 1khz and 40hz

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    Eclipse CD7200 mkII (80 is max volume) - Front outs dont clip, sub outs start to clip at 75-76.

    I have access to a few other headunits and will post up my findings as soon as i get time to mess with them



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    Re: Head Unit Limits Set By O-Scope...

    Did you use the appropriate resistor matched to the output impedance of your head unit's RCA outputs? If not, your clipping measurements may be skewed a little.




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