Question about Car Audio & Video
My new reciever (a Kenwood Multimedia unit) is being installed today and I have been doing all the reading that I can when it comes to set up for the best sound.
You can set all the stuff yourself and I received a lot of good advice from talking to an expert here but I forgot to ask about this Q-Factor thing.
It is located in the
I Goggled it and got a bunch of physics stuff dealing with tone/pitch but it really never came down to any settings. It also has something to do with cycling just for your information (unrelated to sound).
If anyone is an engineer or present or former car audio installer, could you please try to explain this to me in laymen's terms.
I thank you in advance and hope to get a response or two.
The Q factor does have to do with tones and pitches of your music. This determines a Quality factor of how pitches are placed (high tones, low tones, and mid tones) and using the Q factor will use a preset setting to put the tones at a high proformance audio.
Simple test and trick for you.
For some songs that have close pitch audio, it may not be as noticeable, so you can repeat and test. Give it a try, because then you can understand it more by hearing then reading. Its all about how you want it to sound. Good luck
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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