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excellent information! thanks!
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Default Re: A simple way to tune courtesy of cmusic.......

Back from the dead.

Quick question, does this method apply to two seat apps as well? Just curious, since you'd probably be doing everything from the drivers seat, how do you make it sound good on both seats?
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GREAT INFO!!!
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Anyone have a better download link for the test tones?

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You can make your own in Audacity also.

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WOW a blast from the past..I have known chuck for years. He always had a great sounding car..We used to go to just about every show we could find back in the day.. One thing about chuck, he was tested at a beltone clinic and they said only .5% of the population hear what he does..great ear and a great guy..but my ear isn't too far behind his...
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Great info. I have forgot to do some of the steps

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I appreciate that. thank man for sharing ideas
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tagged for a future afternoon tuning session.
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Back from the dead.

Quick question, does this method apply to two seat apps as well? Just curious, since you'd probably be doing everything from the drivers seat, how do you make it sound good on both seats?
same question from me as well. if reversing polarity of a woofer for example would have it acoustically in phase with the other woofer from the drivers seat... would this mess it up for the passenger seat?

another (maybe really dumb question)... can you keep playing music while taking out say a woofer or a tweeter from the passive crossover without harming the system? say have just tweets play... then reverse polarity of 1 tweet would have just 1 tweeter total connected to the entire system. is it safe? just wan a make sure.
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Default Re: A simple way to tune courtesy of cmusic.......

Great info, i'll be using this soon. Thank you! (up we go again)

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This is an excerpt from a tuning thread I started on ECA a while back posted courtesy of Chuck Music aka "cmusic" here on the forum Some of you have probably seen this before as I have seen the link posted (and posted it myself) in many threads so I figured I'd just post the whole thing here for all to see and try.

Chuck wanted me to remind everyone that he wrote these tips for someone using a 3-way system with an active crossover between the sub and mids and a passive crossover on the mids and tweeters however the tips can be applied to a completely active 2, 3, or 4-way system. The great thing with these tips is ANYONE can do them without any "special" gear other than a test disc, music you like and most importantly your ears .

I have used these tips (along with a few other tips I've learned from the "gurus" ) with great success over the years. If you follow the sequence just as it is laid out you may be pleasantly surprised at how great it will sound after you just get the acoustic polarity, levels, crossovers and phase between driver pairs set.

Also wanted to mention that Chuck hangs around here sometimes so if you have any questions I'm sure he wouldn't mind answering. Thanks Chuck and here we go!
I'm glad I found this thread. I will be installing speakers soon and this has been great, thanks for posting this. I do have a question, would the procedure be the same for a three way passive system? I don't see how it would be different, but I wanted to check. Also, going back to the steps that were listed, I don't understand the point of going through 3-5 if you are basically doing the same thing in steps 7-9, could someone please 'splain that to me?
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#14 is doing a number on me, I have to try that step.
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13. In tuning you will find some eq bands will raise, lower, move the sound closer, or farther away if adjusted in certain manners. For example, lowering 5 KHz will generally move the soundstage farther away and raising 2 KHz will make the soundstage rise. Each vehicle and system will have different settings that will be the best. The best way to achieve awesome sound is to constantly adjust.
I know this is a fairly old thread but I have been looking for tuning information. I am new to this level of Car audio, so I wasn't sure if there were other key things to consider when tuning the EQ or to look/hear for? Maybe even a book?

Also, I saw a bunch of people ask about time alignment but didn't see an answer. Any ideas on when to implement time alignment in this process?

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Default Re: A simple way to tune courtesy of cmusic.......

i think setting up t/a would be the last you do in this tuning process , i think of it as more of a band aid then a tuning step ,

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Besides installation, time alignment can give you the most dramatic results. See my signature and the results people got from time alignment.
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I'll have to try this once I get my Car back together
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Love the internet, back in the day this is a well kept secret. Thanks!
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this will come in very handy when tuning my 2 way active thank you very much!!!
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Thanks for reviving this thread Optimaprime. I would have missed it otherwise and it's just what I was looking for.

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Ok so I've been meaning to try this but I had one doubt and kept putting off. Maybe this is a stupid question but I'm willing to take the chance!

I currently have 4 inch comps with the supplied crossovers. No problem I can just reverse the phase at the crossover for the mids and the tweets.

I also have 8 inch midbasses under the seats and I use the electronic crossover in my DQX. The dqx doesnt have a phase inverter. So where can I change the polarity of the midbass? Does it matter if I change it at the amp because I don't want to remove my seats.

I know its a dumb question I'm guessing it wouldnt make a difference if its at the amp or at the woofer. I didnt know if the electronic crossover would mess me up somehow.

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Ok so I've been meaning to try this but I had one doubt and kept putting off. Maybe this is a stupid question but I'm willing to take the chance!

I currently have 4 inch comps with the supplied crossovers. No problem I can just reverse the phase at the crossover for the mids and the tweets.

I also have 8 inch midbasses under the seats and I use the electronic crossover in my DQX. The dqx doesnt have a phase inverter. So where can I change the polarity of the midbass? Does it matter if I change it at the amp because I don't want to remove my seats.

I know its a dumb question I'm guessing it wouldnt make a difference if its at the amp or at the woofer. I didnt know if the electronic crossover would mess me up somehow.

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Switch at the amp if that's easiest to reach. It won't make any difference.

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Switch at the amp if that's easiest to reach. It won't make any difference.
Yeah thats what I thought. Can't wait to give this a shot this afternoon.

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