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    Re: trouble tuning pioneer deh 80 prs

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    have slope on -12, sub is set to mono, usually turn up between 30-47 out of 62 have to turn the deh up more than any other head unit ive owned, im running a saz 1500 v.3 and im not sure if its just my amp not liking the higher voltage.
    Are you running a mids/high amp? or is the HU powering your fronts?
    The 80prs is safe to turn up to 52. The internal amp distorts around 52-54.
    If you are running active. You can go up to 62.

    I'd o-scope the sub amp. DMM's are just a guess.
    Or borrow my DD-1 and set your gains with that.



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    Re: trouble tuning pioneer deh 80 prs

    Quote Originally Posted by jockhater2 View Post
    Are you running a mids/high amp? or is the HU powering your fronts?
    The 80prs is safe to turn up to 52. The internal amp distorts around 52-54.
    If you are running active. You can go up to 62.

    I'd o-scope the sub amp. DMM's are just a guess.
    Or borrow my DD-1 and set your gains with that.
    ive been trying to find a dd-1 in area just no resources. been posting rent a dd-1 signs around the city with no luck. atm im running all speakers off head unit sadly. looking for 4 channel but budget decides everything. what should i have my sub level set at if i were to turn it up louder ive been switching between -12 and -3 but cant get rid of muddy sound. think id have more luck setting sub level lower and turning head unit up more?




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    Re: trouble tuning pioneer deh 80 prs

    I'm like 2hrs away if you want to make the driver over sometime I'd help you get it sorted out....




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    Re: trouble tuning pioneer deh 80 prs

    What is your sub amp




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    Re: trouble tuning pioneer deh 80 prs

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    What is your sub amp
    Saz 1500 v.3




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    Re: trouble tuning pioneer deh 80 prs

    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy12 View Post
    ive been trying to find a dd-1 in area just no resources. been posting rent a dd-1 signs around the city with no luck. atm im running all speakers off head unit sadly. looking for 4 channel but budget decides everything. what should i have my sub level set at if i were to turn it up louder ive been switching between -12 and -3 but cant get rid of muddy sound. think id have more luck setting sub level lower and turning head unit up more?
    no. The level on your head unit should be 0. Just turn the gain down. And like I said. You can go to 52 safely on that HU without the internal amp distorting.
    I live in WI and I rent my DD-1. I have an ad up in the classifieds.

    SMD DD-1 and SMD CC-1 for RENT/RENTING out



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    1 XS Power D3400 & 2 XS Power XP3000 with Copper Bus Bars
    380 Amp & 320 Amp Iraggi Alternators(One is a chevy case, the other ford)
    RD 7500.1 running 2 12 inch SPLaudio (AA Mayhem motors/baskets)
    Tuned to 36 hertz. About 4.5 cubic feet, 8" Aeroport (made by dbeez)
    Zed Audio Leviathan III on Morel MDT-29, RS100-4 & RS225-8 Daytons
    Alex Jones www.infowars.com Endgame, Obama Deception, Truth Rising,
    Fluoride in the water, poison in vaccines, chemical trails in the skyglobal
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