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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-03-2018, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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Adjust Boom Audio Stage I

My dealer have just installed Boom Audio Stage I in my RGU 2018.

4 Stage I speaker + 300 watts HD amplifier included in the stage I Kit.

I am noticing two things that I think need to be adjusted by the dealer:

1.- The volume does not rise beyond 3/4 of max volume.

2.- The fade between front and rear speakers is not very progressive. It seems there are two break point from which it switches from only rear ones to both at 50% and to only front ones.

Any comment on these two issues? Is it normal?
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Unfortunately thatís kind of the norm for Boom stuff, the fade isnít linear at all.

I would highly recommend turning the AVC off and keeping volume no higher than 14/17. The HU distorts above that level and it wonít take long to find out why we call it kaboom instead of boom.


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Never had that fade issue with mine and it had the Boom 1 from the factory.
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Never had that fade issue with mine and it had the Boom 1 from the factory.
Probably they do it properly in the factory and dealers don't know it.
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Unfortunately thatís kind of the norm for Boom stuff, the fade isnít linear at all.

I would highly recommend turning the AVC off and keeping volume no higher than 14/17. The HU distorts above that level and it wonít take long to find out why we call it kaboom instead of boom.


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So sad. I will tell my dealer and push him to solve it.
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