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Old 08-11-2005, 06:18 PM   #11
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The radio can't play higher then that for more then that period of time, it'* protecting itself. It'* a factory stereo, not exactly a block boomer

Its eiterh that or the 96 and higher cars have sometype of internal limiter. THe 93 i had has the monsoon and it is nice and loud. I wish my friend would have brought his car up there so you all could relly know that it actually works. but he has the premium factory radio. i guess the delco isnt the type that works with stress.
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Yea the premium delco radios had limiters in them because they had more powerful amps in them. This would be an example of the premium radio, it'* what'* in my '87.



I noticed that with this radio, the volume would go down if the bass hit hard, but when it did hit it sounded GREAT. But just for kicks i tried another delco radio i had laying around, just a plain old one, and it didn't have the limiting in it. It also sounded like total crap when turned up, where as the premium unit kept a decent sound even at MAX. As you can see in the picture i only have it about half volume, and that'* where the limiting started to come in. So as far as i see it, just leave well enough alone until you can get an aftermarket radio.

And on a side note... is it sad that the radio in the picture sounds better than my pioneer unit i had before? Lol
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Problem Solved!!!! I disconnected the amp adn the volme will go to full max with no problems!
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congrats, you probally lost a fair ammount of sound quality. Mine was doing the same thing, so I replaced it
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i was wondering if the bose amp and the delco amp is interchangable?
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