Originally Posted by Slugger
So my belief now is that the factory speaker wires going to the rears is full range and does not have any bass blocker...
Technically, it is not a full range signal for the rears, but bandwidth xover configuration. The signal starting point some where around 80hz (cycles). The AudioFrog is from 50-20k. In theory, you should have had no problems.
The problem is that the DSP, 3.sixty.3 is accepting the 4volts from the HU to hot and it easy during the configuration setup to miss that detail. The instructions for the RF do not give any notes regarding this issues nor give any good information on the configuration.
So for all intestine purposes, it is best when dealing with any DSP unit, consider all signals as full range and adjust according to the parameters of the speaker before going into the live output stage. It takes less than a second.
Best for now.
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