Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
I've had the unit for 3 years with no issues. Turned the car on today and on the main display were the letters "LT" near the top left hand corner of the screen. Sound quality was greatly reduced (bass was muffled, mid's ok, high's sounded like a tin can). I thought it may be the equalizer settings but all my custom bass/mid/treble and Loud settings were still intact. I have a sort of "U" setting - bass +5, mid +1, treble +5. Changing the equalizer and audio settings doesn't help much as everything still sounds like a tin can. What is this "LT" error?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Equalizer setting help
try to use the preset equalizer settings after which you can come back to the parametric equalizer and adjust to your own taste. no problem if you don't connect the subwoofer just make sure you set the hi-pass filter to off so that you will hear the full range to your speakers. but, I advice you to put a subwoofer. There is more dynamics to the lower freqs too. don't adjust the source level if there is no problem. take note the EQ of your head unit is a parametric equalizer. hope this helps while you read about parametric EQs.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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