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    Re: Re installing Audio Set Up

    make sure your headunit is turned up as well



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    Re: Re installing Audio Set Up

    It was up. 80% of the maximum value. 50.




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    Re: Re installing Audio Set Up

    Should each speaker be 17.32 Volts or should the total be 17.32?




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    Re: Re installing Audio Set Up

    If someone else wants to chime in and prove me wrong, by all means do so...
    but you want 17.32v per channel.

    You can always try setting them by ear, but perhaps you need a line driver or something of that nature.




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    Re: Re installing Audio Set Up

    Still only getting around 9.8 Volts per channel. Tried with a new mmt too. At a loss of what to do




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    Re: Re installing Audio Set Up

    Is every feature on the head unit off? Equalizer on flat? High pass filter on your amp selected?




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    Re: Re installing Audio Set Up

    Yes and yes.




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    Re: Re installing Audio Set Up

    Well unless someone else can chime in, if I were you, I would try to set it by ear.

    Connect your speakers, put your amp level knob at the lowest setting, headunit to 80% of max.
    Play the 1kHz tone on repeat, and slowly bump up the level until you can hear a pitch shift (clipping) or distortion. Readjust the amp level so it is slightly below clipping/distorting level.

    Then play some of your music. If it sounds distortion free, I think you have successfully set your gain.




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