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Tuning amps

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Muddytazz, Jan 8, 2006.

  1. Muddytazz

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    What is some good music to use to tune an amp for clarity and quality? Don't care what it is, just want something to use to tune it.
     
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    Your fav CD. Something you've listoned too alot and know how it should sound.
     
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    What exactly are you asking to adjust on the amplifier?
     
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    The crossover
     
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    Sence I run a sub on it's own amp, I set the Crossover on the 4 channel amp on High Pass for both the fronts and rears.
     
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    If the xover in your amp is variable/adjustable, you may find you'll tweak it over the first few weeks you run the stereo. But, you should already have a strong idea where the xover(s) should be set before you ever fire up the system.
     

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