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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Assuming that you eq is installed in your system correctly add a source like a cd of the type of music you will be putting through the system. Now starting at 0 on all frequencies adjust to your liking. Try to avoid going above 0 as much as possible because this will be adding to that particular frequency and could damage your speakers if done incorrectly.
If there is too much bass lower your sliders to the left. If there is not enough highs boost the sliders to the right up to about half way then start decreasing the bass to get the desired effect. Small increments is important.
I found that if you go to your local music store the people there are more than willing to help you.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: i have an urban audio
INPUT: Yellow (left front), violet (left neg), green (left rear), Blue (right rear), Brown (right neg), Gray (right front)
OUTPUT: Front Left pos (green/red) neg (green), Front Right pos (gray/red) neg (gray), Left Rear neg (brown) pos (brown/red), Right Rear neg (white) pos (white/red)
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
SOURCE: I bought a used Kenwood
First of all the 8W3 is a subwoofer with 2 coils that must be connected to the same amplifier, not a dual voice midrange speaker so it can't be used in combination with 2 tweeters - you will need genuine, separated, midrange speakers for that.
There is no way you can use that amp with all the others - it's only a stereo amp and the minimum impedance is 4 ohms: so if you would use it to power the subwoofers the moment the volume would get really high the amp would go in protect mode or it will simply fry.
If you still want to use this configuration you will have to connect them this way: stereo signal from the radio in the ICBM input (only the front channels from it will be used); from the front outputs to the 2 inputs on Kenwood; from the power output of the Kenwood to a pair of 2-way crossovers that you can build yourself (one for each channel)
or buy ready made; from the crossovers to the speakers.
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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