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Old 02-26-2004, 03:49 PM   #11
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If this helps, the premium stereo in 92+ had components front and back, and the woofer cone of the 6x9 in back could have their power adjusted via the slider below the radio.
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You know that little slider thingy on the dash? That powers extra coils in the 6x9'*. They are subs. Weird eh?
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Hmm, thats wierd, I have premium sound, and yet do not have a slider thingy. Maybe its just for the previous generation. I wonder then if my 6X9'* have subs in them as well.
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If you dont have the slider you dont have them. When i finally do a Infinity Bass Link sub im going to go off the left and right speaker out sub lines. So then the slider will work for my sub volume
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I run that into my sub amp also, so I've got easy access gain control.
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I'm all stock, and when I slide the gain above half, I get horrible distortion. Are my speakers blown, or were all of these cars that pitiful? I do have great sound under half gain though.
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