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MustGoFast

Rookie stereo questions

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MustGoFast

Playing around with the hesdunit that came with sp2 sound in the new boat.  In the settings I see: loud, eq select, subwoofer gain, TA volume, & I-volume but I'm not familiar with what any of these actually do.  Can you fill me in.

I'm familiar with an equalizer but this just has a call music type presets...

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Arick

My response is based on my limited knowledge.  Would need to know brand/model the deck is. 

 

  • Loud
    • increases volume but at a cost.  The signal takes a huge quality hit and distorts.  If you have an amp, definitely don't use it.
  • Subwoofer gain
    • The more gain the more power to subwoofer and the harder/louder it hits.  If using an amp, it would take care of most of the adjustments.   You could do minimal gain adjustments on the deck.  
  • TA Volume
    • No Clue
  • I-volume
    • No Clue

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MLA

"loud" sounds like crap when you turn it up loud :whistle:

Woofer gain is one you need to understand exactly what and how the head is attenuating the signal. 

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MustGoFast

Thanks... I think TA is related to traffic audio,still no clue on  iVolume

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