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Old 12-01-2012, 08:42 AM
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Default Re: Can i bridge my bt10250d

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Originally Posted by Jade_monkey07 View Post
Thanks for the reply, im basically looking to increase the bass out of it. I find it quite lackluster. As in i can barely tell its even on if i dont have the stereo cranked, gain is all the way up. But i am running it with a factory deck, split off the rear speakers. The factory deck has very few settings to help this along. Now the manual says to run it like this if i have a choice between high and low inputs. Would an aftermarket deck with more control help? Why doesn't it suggest to use the low inputs? Would running 4v over 2v outputs help? Any help would be great!
You are not dealing with a power issue. From what you have described you either have connected to speakers with little or no useful bass information present or you have the inputs wired out of phase.

High Level Inputs are recommended because this is a verified high voltage source. It is also best to connect to the front speakers for your signal source.
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