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Yes this is correct... Looking for someone to do some tuning to my system in NC or SC. Need to be fluent in the Helix software. Would need gains set correctly. Use of a oscilloscope would be a plus. Would need it RTA’ed for SQ with the most volume possible without distortion.. System consists of 4-super tweeters. 2-6.5 midrange 2-6.5 midbass 2-8” midrange and 2-10” midbass. Powered by 4 soundigital amplifiers and the Helix pro mk2. Any help or contacts would be great... thank you...
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Holy crap....what kind of motorcycle is this to fit that many speakers!


Side note: you need to make sure they have a tune for just parked, tune for low speed, and tune for highway. You will need all three and you will need to be able to easily switch them (read: you need a director somewhere)

The reason being is that wind noise increases exponentially the faster you go.

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Na.. I just need it tuned when the bike is off. I compete in a series and we don't run the bikes while its playing at a min-min and a half a pop.
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