Precision time alignment using only noise tracks and your ears - DIYMA Car Audio Forum
My 80PRS is in the mail, so I haven't tried this, don't know how hard it is.
I don't see a 120hz option for front hpf. 100/125/160
I set it at 125hz with -12 db slope.
there's a switch on the unit to put it in active mode or passive mode.....I think there's a lot more options for filters and crossovers in the active mode?
OP, you are running the front and rear RCA's on the HU to the amp, and then from the amp you are running the front component sets and the rear speakers, with only 4 channels, right?
Yes I'm running passive. But my rear speakers are running off the head unit. I did the ta/auto eq again and the measurements changed drastically. Front left was around 38" and went to 60". Front right was around 60" and went to 85" rear left was around 40" and went to 80". Rear right was around 80" and went to 160". ????
I read the article in the other forum and I don't think I can do that since I'm running passive on my components. After the second ta, I had to turn all the eq frequencies down. Especially the first three bass frequencies. I have them as low as they will go. I made sure the "Q bass" on my amp was all the way down and I turned down the gain on the amp also. I am not using any xover on the amp and the -12db slope on the amp is turned off. Also I have the cdt xover set to flat for the tweeters. It has a -3/0/+3 slope. I have the front hpf set on 100hz at -12db slope. And the rear hpf set at 125hz at -12db slope.
No. I wouldn't be able to follow the precise directions because of the front components mid and tweet running off one channel. I wouldn't be able to isolate the tweeter from the mid.
I'll try to mess around with it more. I need to start writing my settings down cause I mess with it and it sounds worse but I forgot my settings to return it. Lol.