Aquatic AV-JL Audio HX280/4-Polk Audio MM652s, SMD DD1
So I finally changed out the HK for an Aquatic AV unit. I had to change the speakers anyway since one of the MM651s quit on me. I love the Aquatic AV unit even though it is the lower end one. It works great. All I did was plug and play. I was pressed for time, so I didn't bother trying to adjust the gains or anything. I already have the JL Audio HX280/4. In the meanwhile, I got to thinking that I really need to get back in there and adjust the gains with my DMM.....on second thought, I blew one speaker using the DMM, there has to be something better. I thought about getting an oscilloscope, but damn they are high. I kept on looking and ran across a thread here where someone mentioned Steve Meade, so I Googled that name. I saw a Youtube video of him doing setups using the DD1 and figured it was going to be more expensive than an Oscope. Wow! For $150 on Amazon, I can tune my head unit and know exactly where it starts to distort, then do the same thing on my amp. I can't wait to try it out.
My question is......has anyone here actually used one of these on an Aquatic AV? If so which dB test tone should I use?
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