Serves me right for not reading it thoroughly. Thank you, lol.He used 2x Soundstream ST4.1000D
How would you mix the output so the navigation only goes to the center? If you properly tune your dsp you should be able to achieve a sound stage where the sound appears to be from your dash anyway.Serves me right for not reading it thoroughly. Thank you, lol.
So that's 8 channels. I'm in such a dilemma. Get an acm-4 to do the rear doors so I can do all the time alignment and the extra channel on the (all active fronts, passive rears plus the center channel and basically leave one channel without using?) I don't know why I'm so attached to this center channel, maybe I should drop it completely and live with navigation coming through all speakers instead of just center. I don't know.
The difference is that the one you linked here, the hn2, is for stereos that do not have a factory amplifier. In that sense, this is an LOC with a DSP.
I ordered mine from 5 Star Car Stereo in FL.Im currently running lc2 loc to dsr-1 DSP and want to try this. The dsr-1 is a really powerful DSP but it's so hard flattening this shit signal. I'm super anxious to try this but I guess I'll have to wait for the email and then order right away. Can't see anywhere to order or back order.
Yes. You can sum the mid and tweeter channels together.Assuming that this isn't a generic page (which is a huge leap to take considering the rest of the documentation's vagueness) does this page look like you could condense channels together (like driver side front tweeter + driver side front woofer)?
Vblue42, do you know if this is possible? I'm still torn about going full active, half active, or just full passive with the crossovers. Anyway, here is the diagram:
Didn't look like they did online sales on their website so I called them. They said they stopped carrying the axxess because they didn't like it. I asked why and he said Dean? Just didnt like it... He said he recommends dsr1 which I already have, but working with a shit signal from the start sucks. I have a 1kw 4 channel amp (I'm at 4ohm so wired at 600 real RMS) for components with crossover so I too want to sum the mid and tweeter for 4 channel instead of 8. You say that's possible so I'm sold. Just need to find one to buy.I ordered mine from 5 Star Car Stereo in FL.