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    JVC EQ Pro setting help

    Just installed a new head unit i purchased at wally world model KD-S37. Looking for some help with adjusting the equalizer. There is a "Q" setting in the EQ Pro menu, just wondering as to what that might be. Thanx.







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    Re: JVC EQ Pro setting help

    the Q controls the width of your sound




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    Re: JVC EQ Pro setting help

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    the Q controls the width of your sound
    Thanx for the response. Care to elaborate? What do you mean by "wider"?




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    Re: JVC EQ Pro setting help

    the freq your adjusting from narrow to wide...usually its adjusted in .25 or .50 increments....




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    Re: JVC EQ Pro setting help

    most radios with this feature have about 4 settings per frequency...you set the one that sonds the best....




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    Re: JVC EQ Pro setting help

    The EQ Pro setting gives you a list of frequencies to choose. The Q is the bandwidth factor that is centered on the frequency you choose. Increasing the Q makes the EQ adjustment affect a broader range of frequencies. Make small adjustments and give yourself some time to listen to familiar music before you make more adjustments.




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