That's whys I just got one extra chip for 60 Hz and then used the amp x-over for finer tuning. Thanx in advance Hello and thank you. As it has a remote knob I can easily adjust from my dash. It has a weight of 1. With the Sweep knob turned all the way to the left, The Epicenter® is centering restoration on 27Hz.
Thw epi however made a huge differnce to my system. I'd like to get my paws on a DaVinci one day. The Total Harmonic Distortion is 0. Hi guys im new to this forum i have some questions i need some help i recently installed a jvc head unit on my scion xb dnt have much experience on installing car audio and i installed a amp not so known brand and a jl audio 12 inch w0 subwoofer in its jl audio box. To get an epic music experience, one should consider procuring for the best epicenter for their car audio. If you want to extend good music from your living room to your car, then you should get yourself a good epicenter.
More specifically, a potentiometer vs. Anyone have any experience with any of these products? Subwoofers and speakers are not warranted against being blown, burned or abused. You've just got the ability to turn it 'off' or adjust how much it recreates by turning it up. It is for this reason that most people buy sound enhancers in their homes. However, people who love micros may not love it.
The Epicenter Plus makes adding aftermarket amplifiers, subwoofers, and quake-enducing bass to factory and aftermarket systems simple. The Epicenter is a digital bass restoration device. The Epicenter books the silver spot for its high tech power design as well as that will give you the best bass sounds your ears have been craving for. I would highly recommend that you try before you buy any of these products. In the end i prefer to spend a little more on a proper eq as it would make a bigger difference. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Seriously, it didnt sound like i expected it to.
It really is a matter of preference so you will have to try it yourself. I wish i had tried the maxx bass and the epicenter also. It also features a Bass Maximization Circuit. The unit is supposed to be inactive when the level is at minimum however mine did not do this. Thanks Hi guys, had this question in my head for a few days now so I thought I would just ask. Thanks a bass knob works in one of two ways.
I like to listen to mostly spanish music but get no bass from it so im gonna purchase an epicenter but dnt have a clue on how to install it so i get the part where i hook up the power of the epicenter to my deck and the ground to my deck also and the blue remote cable now the part that i dnt understand is that the epicenter has a conection for two sets of rca's and my amp has two sets also but i hooked up one set of rca to my head unit so how do i hook up the epicemter to the head unit of the rcas or how do install it im sry im new and this might seem kinda of stupid i apreciate ur guys help Hi guys im new to this forum i have some questions i need some help i recently installed a jvc head unit on my scion xb dnt have much experience on installing car audio and i installed a amp not so known brand and a jl audio 12 inch w0 subwoofer in its jl audio box. It uses some subharmonic algorithms to figure out what it thinks should be present in the low frequencies based on what it sees in the higher frequencies. Using it on some music results in muddy worthlessness. The functionality seems the same plus it has bass restoration. Many times during the music recording process bass will be removed. This epicenter draws its strength from its compact design and its two channels of active speaker inputs among other desirable features that give it an edge over the rest. Simply put, it is the same as having a woofer for your car.
The Epicenter is generally good for anyone with a crave for high power music background. The Sweep knob can be set to center The Epicenter®'s restoration anywhere between 27Hz and 63Hz. Im considering the soundstream for use with two Pioneer 12s. It's a little cheaper than the epicenter and it will look sick with my tarantula amp. Ideally, that would be a better solution for a remote bass adjustment with a factory head unit. It supports both balanced and unbalanced inputs. Subscribe to be notified when we release information on future products and more product how to videos! More specifically, a potentiometer vs.
When i tried it on bass i was also very disappointed the bass sounded just a little bit louder but did not hit or shake like how i expected it to sound. The Bass maximizing light display always keeps the user informed of system status. It has a Signal to Noise ratio of 110dB. Did anyone else experience this??? For mid bass its effect was pretty decent. It is constructed with Intelligent logic circuits. Learn more about the benefits and advantages of the Epicenter in this video from our guest host, Mark of CarAudioFabrication. The Bass Restoration Processor is fully Programmable and easy to use.