Question about JVC Car Audio & Video
This is kinda vague i hope this helps! first turn the equlizer to flat make sure eveything is equal. then turn he volume about 3/4 of the way up. this is around the point where th radiostartsto send distortion to the speakers (the easiest way to blow speakers) . thenstartwith the bass. eeryones ears are different i usually tue the bass to a notch or so below half ao if the radio ges to +12 i wouldput it on 4 or 5. next the mids are usully set at about +2 or 3. then thetrebbel is set a hairhigher than the bass. make this your maximum listenig volume so you dong damage the speakers. Hope this helped! let me know
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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