Question about Audio Players & Recorders
An eq is kind of like an amplifier anyway it boost the sound and tailors the sound to your taste. Your eq should have a wiring diagram on the bottom or top of the unit. Your factory radio should have a wiring diagram on top or bottom of it as well. So all you have to do is match left + to left + and right + to right + etc. It's really easier than you think. You just have to pay close attention to the diagrams.
Posted on Feb 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The XR-1 is a 2 way crossover. Depending on the resistor networks, it can be anywhere from 50hz to 5khz. If the packs are marked 153, It's 750HZ, if they're 103 it's 1.2khz if 104 it's around 120hz and 154, 80 hz.
The hi side amp is ch1 the low side is ch2 The amp can be configured as a subwoofer bridged amp , a subwoofer with full range dual ch. You can't make it into a stereo amp with out the obsolete stereo input pack that replaces the XR-1 crossover
Posted on Oct 26, 2011
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