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Yes. It's the BT200.


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Yeppers that's the Pioneer one I see every so often. Well I can always just bite the bullet and try it I know I have blown money on dumber things in my life!
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Do a WTB ad on here for the BT kit...eBay prices are ridiculously inflated because most are going to people with $$$ overseas. So for anyone who wants to ship ony domestic, the pricing is going to be much more realistic.

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That's a good idea didn't think of it on account in not known on this message board. Some people are worried with doing business in that situation. I have bought stuff on tacomaworld.com but I don't have that many posts on here at all.
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Cant believe no one isn't taking you up on this?!
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Ah hell i'll bite. Shoot me some pics, if it works out i'll split the shipping with you.


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I'll try posting here to see if anyone can offer help...

I bought a p99 used and I installed it 3 weeks ago and have been messing with it ever since cause my bass sounds terrible compared to what it used to be! I did notice a big improvement is SQ from my old Alpine 147 BT head unit, however I'm unsable to get my bass sounding tight, deep, and accurate, as it was before. It now sounds innaccurate and muddy to my ear.


I hit the reset button and setup the crossovers for 4 way fully active setup and I I have separate channels driving all speakers except the subs which the left and right RCA's go straight to my sub mono amp as they did before I had the p99.


I'm guessing maybe I dont have the time alignment correctly entered in???

So I measured all my actual speaker distances;

Left Right
Tweets: 36" 51"
Midrange: 43" 55"
Midbass: 54" 59"
Subs: 59" 59"

I set the left and right sub and right midbass to max setting of 155.39"
then I subtracted the differences between the 59" sub and rest of the drivers, and entered those #s into the p99.

Example;

I subtracted 23" from 155.39" for the left tweeter
I subtracted 8" from 155.39" for the right tweeter
I subtracted 16" from 155.39" for the left midrange
I subtracted 4" from 155.39" for the right midrange
I subtracted 5" from 155.39" for the left midbass
Right midbass was set to 155.39" same as the left and right subs.

entered those settings and the bass still sounds weak and muddy

Does anyone know what am I doing wrong?

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the method you used may work but I think there may be some flaws in it. I would either use the actual distance in inches and plug each in, or take those distances and use the pioneer calculator here:

http://tracerite.com/calc.html

also, once you have the values in (they should be pretty damn close from my experience) you may want to mess with phase on the subs/midbass

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thanks, that got me fixed up I think. My bass sound is "Correct" again but something is intermittent I think cause I notice sometimes its dull and thuddy sounding again....must be another issue somewhere, I'll keep troublehsooting....
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Is there a noticeable difference in the sound quality of the different music file formats? I don't have an Ipod and wanted to still get the best sounding music through the USB.

So, am I going to have to buy one now?

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Is there a noticeable difference in the sound quality of the different music file formats? I don't have an Ipod and wanted to still get the best sounding music through the USB.

So, am I going to have to buy one now?

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But as far as better sounding, no. The P99 extracts music from the iPod digitally so as long as the file quality is the same as what is on a HDD then it'll sound the same.


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Anyone running 3 way components up front with rears and a sub(s)? I am thinking of doing this and wondered if anyone had experience with this and what they thought of the sound.
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Just got my p99rs in the mail today and immediately installed the head unit, so far this thing is amazing. Going to run the auto eq and t/a to get a base line and tune from there. I do have one question for you p99rs owners, I notice the background color on the screen switches from a black background to a white bbackground every so often and it keeps switching, is there a way to just keep the screen black?

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Just got my p99rs in the mail today and immediately installed the head unit, so far this thing is amazing. Going to run the auto eq and t/a to get a base line and tune from there. I do have one question for you p99rs owners, I notice the background color on the screen switches from a black background to a white bbackground every so often and it keeps switching, is there a way to just keep the screen black?
RTFM! Seriously, it's in the manual. It's demo mode. Turn the P99 off with the car on and hold down the menu button. Then cycle through to that settign and turn it off.

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RTFM! Seriously, it's in the manual. It's demo mode. Turn the P99 off with the car on and hold down the menu button. Then cycle through to that settign and turn it off.
Well it didn't come with a manual from the seller on this forum and I ran out of time before work to look it up real quick which is the reason why I posted the question. I haven't had a chance to read the entire manual yet, but thanks for telling me how to turn off demo mode

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Well I scrolled through the menu function while the unit was off and there is no demo setting, looked in the manual and it does not mention a single word about demo mode. Any help?

EDIT: it's not demo mode, its reverse mode in the settings menu. Finally figured it out

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Hi Guys

Just a question here.. Can the P99 run 2 different sub setups on the 2 mono sub outputs? Could the P90dsp do this? I would like to run a sub upfront and in the rear? Is this possible?

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2 subwoofer outputs are different channels so yes, you can do different setups.

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Took today off work because it's been pretty slow. So I spent the day tweaking the settings on my p99. I did auto TA and EQ to get a baseline mainly for time alignment. First thing I noticed right off bat was how blown out the midbass was, soo much midbass I ended turning auto EQ off and while that lowered the output volume a little it sounded so much better with a flat eq. Just need some ideas on how you guys adjusted eq? Do most people leave it somewhat flat or put it on a RTA and smooth out everything? I tweaked the time alignment a little bit to center the highs a bit because I could pin point some vocals from the right side. I tried the time Alignment using noise tracks and I had a hard time with that noticing the noise change when I had the 80prs

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Took today off work because it's been pretty slow. So I spent the day tweaking the settings on my p99. I did auto TA and EQ to get a baseline mainly for time alignment. First thing I noticed right off bat was how blown out the midbass was, soo much midbass I ended turning auto EQ off and while that lowered the output volume a little it sounded so much better with a flat eq. Just need some ideas on how you guys adjusted eq? Do most people leave it somewhat flat or put it on a RTA and smooth out everything? I tweaked the time alignment a little bit to center the highs a bit because I could pin point some vocals from the right side. I tried the time Alignment using noise tracks and I had a hard time with that noticing the noise change when I had the 80prs
I use time alignment and then L/R EQ. In my setup, some bands have up to 10dB difference between left and right (-5/+5). After initial L/R EQ, I use my ears with vocals to tweak other frequencies. My EQ is no where near flat at all, but it sounds good to me.

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Took today off work because it's been pretty slow. So I spent the day tweaking the settings on my p99. I did auto TA and EQ to get a baseline mainly for time alignment. First thing I noticed right off bat was how blown out the midbass was, soo much midbass I ended turning auto EQ off and while that lowered the output volume a little it sounded so much better with a flat eq. Just need some ideas on how you guys adjusted eq? Do most people leave it somewhat flat or put it on a RTA and smooth out everything? I tweaked the time alignment a little bit to center the highs a bit because I could pin point some vocals from the right side. I tried the time Alignment using noise tracks and I had a hard time with that noticing the noise change when I had the 80prs
Time alignment won't do as much for the higher frequencies. If you want to get the treble centered you need to level match the right and left. You can control each channel individually, so adjust the levels so that your image in centered.

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