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In Need of EQ Adjustment Intelect

Old 08-09-2009, 04:29 PM
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Question In Need of EQ Adjustment Intelect

Hey everyone,

So, I've read through some of the other threads and I've continued to try to work with what I've absorbed. The problem is I still can't get my stereo to sound just right. I listen to everything from Dre to Disturbed to SRV, so what I'm really looking for is something that I can turn the volume way up, feel the thump of the bass, but also maintain good audio on volcals and guitar and all that jazzz.

I know only half of it is the stereo, and the rest is the speakers, and I still have my original '97 speakers. So, If you could also recommend a decent and affordable upgrade, I would VERY much appreciate it.

So this is what I got:

Pioneer DEH-P25 - 3 Band Parametric Equalizer

Possible EQ Adjustment Settings

Low:
Frequency: 40-80-100-160Hz
Q Factor: 2N-1N-1W-2W

Mid:
Frequency: 200-500-1k-2kHz
Q Factor: 2N-1N-1W-2W

High:
Frequency: 3.15k-8k-10k-12.5kHz
Q Factor: 2N-1N-1W-2W

Loudness Contour:
Off-Low-Mid-High

Front Image Enhancer:
Off-100-160-250Hz

Source Level Adjustment:
-4 to +4

Front/Rear Balance:
F15 to R15

Left/Right Balance:
L9 to R9
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