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Old 07-17-2008, 06:08 PM
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Default Re: Blown amp?

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Originally Posted by Patentpending View Post
Yeah, I just purchased this HU a few months ago and am not looking to upgrade it. I got a good deal on this HU for 50 bucks brand new in the box from my friend. And it is also bluetooth compatible I just need to buy the 50 dollar BT adapter. I am very happy with this unit though. But even with just the stock HU amp it would sound a lot better with aftermarket components right? Or it would at least stop the distortion correct?
The distortion you hear is probably a product if "clipping". You can normally tell this if you can back off the volume very little and it clears up. That being the case, better speakers will increase the range, but not eliminate the clipping.
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