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  1. American Sharpie

    Greetings everyone!

    Thank you sir! Loving the demon amp.
  2. American Sharpie

    2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport/Limited

    I agree, processing is so much simpler and more accurate than amp crossovers. If you haven’t tuned the dsp yet though, you’ll be blown away once you do. I only started tuning myself but there’s this guy kyles YouTube series of vids that really helped me out - He goes over the most basic fundamentals I feel like And using a Dayton imm-6 and AudioTools app for my phone I was able to get some great results. cables look good
  3. American Sharpie

    2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport/Limited

    Really nice build Jcarter! That dayton dsp looks so good; is there anything you'd nitpick about it? Just asking because I was originally considering it and now even more for its parametric eq. For the RCAs, maybe use those cable ties fastened above and below the connectors to have the cables hover over the top of the connectors??
  4. American Sharpie

    Greetings everyone!

    Thank you jcarter! The plan is to attend some Nearby SQ competitions this year: a couple I see in California coming up and hopefully more around here in AZ. As much as I’m enjoying the progress of my system, I’d really love to check out what others are doing and how they’re vehicles are sounding. Tbh I don’t really have a reference for what SQ is supposed to sound like so listening to some pros I think will be a good experience. my current equipment: HU: stock, dsp: hertz h8, 5-ch: alpine v9 speakers in a-pillar: hertz c26, peerless ne85, in door: image dynamic cx 64, sub: Dayton ultimax 12 sealed prefab. Note: tweeters aren’t powered right now and Just ordered a DM150.2 for my mids
  5. American Sharpie

    Greetings everyone!

    My name is Sharpie, and I am an audioholic. Current goals for my Mazda6, is SQ. I frequented these forums 4-5 years ago under name tag A Broke Ninja and remembered how helpful everyone was, and I thank you all for that - it’s why I’ve returned since I’ve gotten back into this hobby.