Question about Alpine iDA-X200 Car CD/ MP3 Player
I just recently bought the alpine x200 receiver, replacing my kenwood mp138 receiver thinking that I would get a better sound from the alpine cuz the preout is a 2v as oppose to 1.2v but when I plugged in the alpine it seems as if my sub wasnt hitting as hard, and I didnt even messed with the setting in the amp, someone told me to use the gain on the amp, but I thought since i have a higher preout voltage now I should be turning down the voltage as opposed to turning it up. Do u think its my alpine deck that has problems
Hi, just turn up the gain, though the max voltage may be higher, it does not mean the audible output is higher, alpine decks subwoofer control is an attenuator, so at max it will be the same level as front n rear, on min it is -15db... you will probably find the kenwood is +/- 7db so it has a gain boost...
just crank up the amp gains, problem sorted...
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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