Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Searcy, AR
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First, before anything else you need to ensure the audio connections are correct and that you have tested and documented the maximum useable output voltage and volume position of the source unit, either aftermarket or OEM. It does not matter if you are connecting your signal outputs from the source unit to a the 3Sixty through high level or preamp level (RCA) inputs. No matter which way you go, you need a “reference” level and volume position on which other subsequent settings are based. If you are not sure where you are starting in the level setting process then you will never fully know if you are maximizing the potential of the audio system you have installed. It all starts with ensuring the first building block in the system is “clean”.Every OEM head unit is a little different, but I was told that that max volume level is around 10. If you assume that 10 is the max volume level then put the head unit there and adjust the gain from there. Does the RF amp have an LED that indicates distortion? If so then play a variety of music at vol level 10 and find the max gain level that does not distort.
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