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Assassin's Creed III


Capturing a sense a serious amounts of place has always been central towards appeal of each Assassin's Creed. If the dusty streets of Masayaf, the c**** veined archipelago of Venice or even the sun baked Constantinople, everyone of Ubisoft's chosen settings has been designed with such a level of authenticity and historical accuracy (albeit twisted because of their narrative purposes), which it's quite normal you just read stories of tourists having the capacity to make their way around Rome simply from having memorised the map in Brotherhood.

It's hardly surprising then that with Assassin's Creed III Ubisoft have absolutely nailed a recreation of 18th century revolutionary America. It's a sprawling land of open forest, bustling colonial cities and epic naval warfare, loaded with wildlife, frontiersmen and Redcoats. Many techniques from the lengthy reload animation of the period musket, towards the recognisable compacting crunch of jumping though waist high snow may be meticulously designed: not since Red Dead Redemption's Wild West comes with an American frontier been so fully realised and engrossing.

The burgeoning wooden structures of Boston and New York play much like the brick tiled buildings of Europe, albeit after a little less verticality and wider streets. However it's from the forested areas that people understand why Ubisoft think worthy of another numbered entry in the series, rather than a subtitled sequel. The pine-valleyed frontier is usually a technical and visual marvel, and whilst there's a little too much conveniently angular geometry operating in the series' trademark free running gameplay, it's varied enough to weave a convincing illusion. The width, depth and breadth on the " new world " can be a grand ambitious statement of intent from Ubisoft - this really is their American epic.

Power Acoustik... | Answered on Nov 15, 2012


Check that no speaker wires or some other wire come off, If they all look okay, There is a internal problem with the amp, It will have to be taken in for repair,

Power Acoustik... | Answered on Oct 30, 2012


Hello... sorry to hear you are having problems! First we need to determine if you have a factory aftermarket navigation system If it is factory, there is not very many options for you the consumer to do yourself. If you have an aftermarket radio (store bought) then find where the antenna is located. Most of the newer antennas are about 1 inch by 1 inch square. If it is on your dashboard, it needs to be routed to the exterior of the vehicle. Navigation is done by "line of sight" with the satellite. If it is blocked by metal under the dash or the under the roof of the vehicle then that would be your problem. If your antenna is outside the car, then you may have a break in the line which would require replacement of the antenna. All that I have spoke of is if you have an aftermarket system. Each aftermarket system is gender specific, meaning if you have a JVC headunit, then you will have to go to a shop that carrys or can get JVC parts. Maybe this helped! Good luck with your venture!

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Power Acoustik... | Answered on Oct 19, 2012


Make sure you have the amp grounded. I put one in last week and would not work till I grounded the amp to the car....Run a seperate wire to the car/truck.

Power Acoustik... | Answered on Jul 22, 2012


check the signal cable, there could be interference that causes a high peak that keeps the protection light on because of constant high output

Power Acoustik... | Answered on Jun 11, 2012


discus clearly.what's your problem ?

Power Acoustik... | Answered on May 30, 2012


you need to get your ribbon cable replaced. It's a cable that goes from the face to the main unit. they go out a lot. My suggestion is the next radio you buy, make sure it has no moving parts. Try to find the part at pacparts.com.

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Power Acoustik... | Answered on May 22, 2012


It's a straight forward swap, just make sure you line up the cathode leg (the one nearest the stripe) the right way before you solder.
If the are any resistors around the capacitor it's worth changing them too, things don't normally blow on their own.
The caps and resistors are easy enough to get hold of from maplin or RS.

Good luck

Power Acoustik... | Answered on Apr 22, 2012


Hello
Check for any short circuit with wiring of the amp. If there is no such fault, surely your amp need service. It has some internal shorted components. This work is really a skilled one, and can only be done by any experienced service personal only. OK.

Power Acoustik... | Answered on Jan 17, 2012

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