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|21st November 2007, 12:41||#1|
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Correct Eq settings for Sony CDX-GT350S
kaisa chal raha hai.. i am writing in after a long time and this time got no stories to tell.
Infact i need help, as the title gives away that I have a sony HU model no. CDX-GT350S fitted in my XETA and Sony XPLODE speakers Model No. XS- GF 6932X.
Now i have been very content with my ICE settings cause i listen to all sort of music.
But as I am BHPian how can i be content with mediocrity.
actually I went to mechanic to get the stereo's setting done but somehow I am not happy.
current settings are on xplode
i feel lot of noise and not much clearity.
can somebody tell what would be the right settings.
thanks in advance
|21st November 2007, 12:47||#2|
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Bring them all back to 0dB. Listen to a track you're familiar with and modify only to a very small extent according to your taste (like + or -1 or 2 dB).
If you're not happy, get better speakers, probably an amplifier and a sub too.
Last edited by rocksterraghu : 21st November 2007 at 12:50.
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