There's a thread around here highlighting that DSP issue, which is why I figured the LC would fix to begin with. Is there still significant roll off even with the LC in place?I've decided to hold off on changing the LOC (LC7I) for a DSP. There are several products out there right now that are due to come out soon and the sound isn't bad at all. I can tell that the factory head unit is altering the bass going to the rear speakers vs the front speakers. I performed a DSP turn off as a test to see how the sound would alter and there is a difference in the read bass and tweeters all around. Unfortunately, the DSP Flat settings revert to Honda's settings upon restarting the car. Wish there was a way to make it stick. For now I will leave the LC7I in place. I will post pic of the trunk as requested once I clean things up a bit.
Sound muffled at all due to it being in the trunk? Sorry for the tons of questions, this is the first car I'm about to do an upgrade to that the subs are going to be in the trunk. (2003 ram before had subs underneath the back seat bench)Unfortunately, the LC7I is not a DSP. Its more of a really really good LOC and it has a feature that accounts for bass roll off. On my EX-T, I didnt notice any bass roll off, just lack of bass altogether from the rear speakers regardless of what volume. For now, since I have a subwoofer in the trunk, the lack of bass on the rear speakers works out good as I probably would've used my amps crossover to high pass the rears anyway. In the future I'll get a DSP that I can tune the EQ of each channel to have more flexibility. With all said and done, the sound is 100 times better than the factory as it stands today.