My Alpine Deck will not let me adjust my settings for bass and treble with my speakers. It allows me to go to the screen but it will not let me adjust the levels when turning the knob. However, the knob works to adjust the volume and subwoofers. Also, the "MX" button on the deck does not work either. Is this a problem with a wire or fuse?
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Re: Troubleshooting on Adjusting Treble/Bass
Look in your owners manual and make sure you are turning the right knobs or pushing the right buttons once you have the adjustment screen for the bass/treble showing. It could be that they use different knobs/buttons than the volume control. If you are using the right controls, then you have a problem that only a shop can fix. You might reset by taking away all the power (acc and bu) for a couple minutes and then reconnect, but if that doesn't help then it time to go to the shop.
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On the Remote Control
2 Use selection button to select "ON".
ON : Allow tone adjustment (bass, treble).
OFF : Playback without tone adjustment.
The tone cannot be adjusted in the direct
to select an item to be set, and use
to select a setting value.
Bass : Adjust low frequency range (bass).
• -6dB - +6dB (0dB)
Treble : Adjust high frequency range (treble).
• -6dB - +6dB (0dB)
"Bass" or "Treble" can be set when "Tone Control" is set to
If you are having distorted or muffled sound from your deck then this could be caused by either 1)poor settings 2) bad output amplifier or 3) blown speakers, inspect 1 and 3, if ok then is 2. hope this helps.
the trick is not to use you deck to control the bass. use the amplifier and set all you radio setting to 0 this will allow you to fine tune a little audio when you need to, make all your bass tuning setting at the amp. not the deck,
Press the mode button repeatedly to select BASS, TREBLE, SUBW, BALANCE, FADER, DEFEAT, AND VOLUME. When subwoofer mode is set to off, it's level cannot be adjusted. If DEFEAT is set to ON, the player returns to factory defaults. Turn the volume control to adjust the setting. If no adjustment is made within 5 seconds after selecting, the player returns to normal mode.
ok i cant see your entire question but to adjust bass and treble on an alpine, you see the knob (the one which u use to turn volume up and down), push it in (itll click) then a screen/textt will come up and say bass or an option once it says bass, turn the knob up or down, then press in again and it will say treble or fader or something else, once again, adjust it and keep pressing in the knob until u reach the volume again. does it work? is this what u wanted?
I have an Alpine CDA-9813 and to access bass, treble, fade, and balance, you need to press the volume button. This button is usually rotated to adjust the volume but on mine, if you press it in, first time accesses bass, second press accesses treble, 3rd press accesses balance(left to right), and 4th press accesses fading (forward to rear. Press it a 5th time and it either brings you back to volume or back to the main screen. I think it is volume tho. I would assume that the 9853 would work very similar, if not the same.
There is no straigt forward bass and treble adjustment. You must adjust in either the (x-over) or (users EQ) function. It is a bit tedious but performs the bass and treble adjustments at multiple frequencies.
I have an Alpine 9887 you have a different eq than just trebel and bass the only way to get you bass an trebel setings are to install the imprint stoftware now if thats the route you go it tunes your radio to what it thinks it should sound like it's for sound quality not for alot of bass been there done that I have the software but you need to take it to a good alpine dealer to have it installed good luck