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thanks for the informative input there vesta
 

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thanks for the informative input there vesta
I answered the question bro? Was awaiting for home boy to reply with a question y0!

What do you want me to do provide him with a fact sheet?

Fair enough vanilla face

Fact 1, it goes green, sometimes its red
Fact 2, you need to buy an additional cable for the auxiliary
Fact 3, the usb mode doesn't support micro sdhc cards
Fact 4, mine didnt come with a holder for the faceplate
Fact 5, the edges can become warn down quickly if you do not remove and apply the faceplate correctly.
Fact 6, Its hard to manually tune the stereo
Fact 7, the CD input is very cool
Fact 8, its a head unit
Fact 9, it has 3 pre outs
Fact 10, Ecom is a *** nut
Fact 11, i'm very bored at college
 
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wtf vesta u plank :lol: legend of spam

ive got the model up josh gonna fit it asap and test it out you cna have look at wetherby at mine to give an idea of them in that sort of respect
 

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I answered the question bro? Was awaiting for home boy to reply with a question y0!

What do you want me to do provide him with a fact sheet?

Fair enough vanilla face

Fact 1, it goes green, sometimes its red
Fact 2, you need to buy an additional cable for the auxiliary
Fact 3, the usb mode doesn't support micro sdhc cards
Fact 4, mine didnt come with a holder for the faceplate
Fact 5, the edges can become warn down quickly if you do not remove and apply the faceplate correctly.
Fact 6, Its hard to manually tune the stereo
Fact 7, the CD input is very cool
Fact 8, its a head unit
Fact 9, it has 3 pre outs
Fact 10, Ecom is a *** nut
Fact 11, i'm very bored at college

ahahaha love it,

:lol:

jodh - my dad keeps asking me when your coming over to collect the boxes for the subs and amp! lol
 

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vesta, why you harshing on a playa?
 

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Tbh, Vesta answered the question! I wanted to know if it's got a High Pass Filter? As Scott's Alpine headunit is supposed to have a high pass filter, but for some reason he can't find it the settings, so I want to make sure it's definitely got one before I go ahead and buy one.

I'll come get the boxes off you after you finish work on Friday if you want mate?
 

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Tbh, Vesta answered the question! I wanted to know if it's got a High Pass Filter? As Scott's Alpine headunit is supposed to have a high pass filter, but for some reason he can't find it the settings, so I want to make sure it's definitely got one before I go ahead and buy one.

I'll come get the boxes off you after you finish work on Friday if you want mate?

its not that i cant find it.... more that i havnt looked for it :lol:
 

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its not that i cant find it.... more that i havnt looked for it :lol:
Going for the you'll find it when you stop looking approach? :lol:

Anyway, Vesta had a look on his and it has a HPF. Cheers people.
 

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jsut mate - just hopiong its on the outside of the actual headunit (a physical switch like it would be on an amp)
 

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Vesta says "theres a button to the right of the screen that says sound, it goes like bass, treble, fader, balance then HPF iirc", so it should be somewhere with those settings Scott! :p

hmmmm dont think ive EVER seen that....

its a 9835R....

had a search on the net - even got the pdf manual and cant seen to find a mention of it but its gotta have one somewhere if vestas has
 

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Vesta says "theres a button to the right of the screen that says sound, it goes like bass, treble, fader, balance then HPF iirc", so it should be somewhere with those settings Scott! :p

found it.... but fook knows what it needs set at :(

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Press
<< or >> to select desired cut-off
frequency point (crossover point).

Adjustable frequency bands:​
LOW​
: 20 Hz to 200 Hz (in 1/3 octave steps)

MID-L​
: 20 Hz to 200 Hz (in 1/3 octave steps)

MID-H​
: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (in 1/3 octave steps)

HIGH : 1 kHz to 20 kHz (in 1/3 octave steps)


Press​
SOURCE/POWER to select the desired
slope.

Adjustable slope: 0 (FLAT (OFF))​
*, 1 (6 dB/oct.),
2 (12 dB/oct.), 3 (18 dB/oct.),
4 (24 dB/oct.)

*​
FLAT can be set for the HIGH slope only when USER'S
is selected in “Setting the Response Slope for the High
Range Speaker (TW SETUP)” (page 29). Depending on
the response characteristics of the speaker, care should
be taken when setting the response slope to FLAT, as
speaker damage may result. A message is displayed
when the response slope for the high range speaker is
set to FLAT.

6​
Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired
output level.

Adjustable output level: -12 to 0 dB.​
To store the adjusted contents​
1) Press and hold, for at least 2 seconds, any one of the​
preset buttons (1 through 6)​
into which you wish to store
the adjusted contents.

7​
For setting another channel, repeat the steps 3 to 6.

8​
Press the Rotary encoder to confirm the
adjusted contents.

The adjusted contents are not stored if the Rotary encoder
is not pressed.​
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After setting, press and hold MENU for at least 2
seconds to return to normal mode, or press
MENU

and select RETURN to return to normal mode.​
• About the 2way/3way system
You can switch to 2way/3way system mode with the 2way/3way
switch on the bottom side of the unit (pages 40 to 42).
When setting to “3 WAY”:
The unit can be operated in a 3 way system.
When setting to “F/R/Sub-W”:
The unit can be operated in a 2 way system.
• Crossover mode is automatically cancelled if no operation is​
performed within 15 second
 
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