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    2014 Honda Accord EX-L sedan
  1. I know this is a really stupid question but I want to make sure I'm tuning my amp correctly. On my amp the subsonic goes from 10hz at its lowest and 60hz at its peak. If I turn the dial to it's 12 o clock position is that 30hz or is it 40 Hz due to it starting at 10hz and not zero? Same with LPF. At its lowest it's 35hz and at its peak it's 300hz. At the 12 o clock position is that 150hz or is it 185hz due to it starting at 35hz and not 0?
  2. They helped me out. Basically told me they are all the same just slightly different internals
  3. But is there a difference between the 1500D v.3?
  4. Does anyone know what the accurate specs are for the sundown audio SAZ 1500d v.3 is? I lost the paper work for this and i've found 2 sites that claim to have the specs but they are different from one another. I'm just trying to figure out the accurate inline fuse to use and the accurate watts.
  5. So I just purchased this subwoofer Sundown SA12 v2. D4 RMS power 1000watts I have a sundown saz 1500d v.3 but I feel like it's a bit much Specs for amp 2ohm =3000watts x 1CH 1ohm= 1500watts x 1CH 4ohm= 400watts x 1CH What amp would you recommend for this single sub?
  6. I’m not too familiar with DSP
  7. Hello, I have a 2014 Accord EX-L sedan that comes stock with nav and touch screen and the stock audio system is JUNK! It comes with four 6.5 inch speakers that sound super flat and a 8inch sub that isn’t enough for me. I plan on replacing all speakers but I want to know if I can upgrade my system without changing my stock head unit. If it helps at all I have the 4 channel alpine MRV-F300 amp for speakers and the Sundown SAZ-1500d for my subs. If I can’t upgrade without changing my headunit what would be my best option for better sound?
  8. I figured it out. I did have to go through my headunit settings and turn on the internal amp. Thanks for the help!
  9. So I should get a new headunite? I was wanting one anyways.
  10. I agree, I feel like I had something wired wrong or had the gain and or crossover tuned wrong. But once I saw the corrosion I just decided to go back to stock. What I mean by that is instead of having my speakers wired to the Alpine amp I just wired them back to the stock speaker wires that are connected to he headunite. My headunite is the Alpine cde-134hd and my Aftermarket Amp that has the corrosion on it now is the Alpine mrv-f300
  11. I understand where you are coming from, but like I said, I installed aftermarket door speakers and What little bass was coming from them sounded a lot better when I had them wired to the stock amp instead of the aftermarket amp
  12. So about 4 months ago i bought Two Pioneer TS-d1720c Speakers and i had them wired directly to my headunit, They worked great but everyone told me to buy an aftermarket amp and they will sound a lot better. So about a month later i decided to buy the Alpine MRV-F300 amp to wire my speakers too. I got everything hooked up to the new amp but for some reason i felt like my speakers sound better when they were wired to the headunite instead of the new amp ( //Example// I felt like my bass coming from my speakers sounded a lot fuller when they were wired to my headunite. When i had them wired to my aftermarket amp, The bass was kinda flat) . I asked 100 questions on a few other audio forums on what could be the problem and even posted exactly how i had everything wired including my placement of the ground wire and how everything was connected to the headunite and battery. Everyone told me it was wired correctly from what they could see and read on the manuals for both the headunite and amp. No one could help me anymore after that. Here we are about 4 months later and i just got a weird feeling and decided to check my wiring again to my amp. I noticed at the bottom of my Amp, there was a lot of corrosion. I decided to just say hell with it and rewire my speakers back to the headunite. My problem now is my Headunite turns on and plays my CD but nothing comes out of the speakers now. I remembered to wire the remote back to the stock amp to my car as well. Any ideas? I just don't really understand why my stock amp in my car worked fine before and now that i rewired it back, It doesn't work.
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