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  1. When my subs are playing, sometimes it looks like they're a bit out of sync, og like the other is getting more power than the other. But this is probably because 1 of my subs is closer to the port (port on right side). Good to know I don't have to worry about them being out of phase then, thanks for the help to both of you.
  2. Hello! I've been doing some research on this, and it has gotten me a bit confused. I hope someone here can help me out with this question: I have two amplifiers strapped/bridged (Master & Slave). They have 2x12's subwoofers connected to them (2x2Ohm DVC) My amplifier(s) have a phase switch (0 and 180 degrees). In a strapped configuration, should the master be set to 0 degrees, and the slave be set to 180 degrees? I read this here on the forum, and also through watching a series of videos on YouTube. But I'm not 100% sure. Here is a video example: youtube.com/watch?v=koCqdDXTb3s As shown in the video, when two subs are strapped it doesn't mean they're in phase apparently. This got me worried that I might have my system hooked up wrong. Thank you in advance for any help, it's greatly appreciated.
  3. I have that song, where can I send it to you? E-mail perhaps?
  4. Hello, I just bought a 2-Channel amplifier to power my new SPL tweeters. I'm a bit confused on how I should use my DD-1 to set the gain properly though. From the manual: 5. Using included harness, connect DD-1 to output of amplifier. Connect the red harness lead to the Left Speaker (+) terminal, connect the black to Amplifier Ground. (Note: Most multi-channel amplifiers have the signal on Left (+) and Right (-). So I put the positive lead from the DD-1 to the Left Speaker positive, and the negative probe into the negative power connection on the amplifier? Can I just stick it in the 0 gauge negative, like if I were testing voltage with a multimeter? I just had to ask here to be 100% sure, don't wanna blow anything up.
  5. I have two amps as well, but I have them in a strapped configuration, which allows me to control them with just 1 knob.
  6. I don't use bass boost on my amplifiers, but I have a remote bass-knob which I turn all the way up, then tune it. It says clearer how you can do it in the manual Edit: I also have everything else flat, on my headunit for example.
  7. Yeah Hopefully someone with more knowledge can chime in and help you out. Good luck.
  8. Ahh I see. I don't know anything about stock headunits really. But I have a DD-1 my self, and to your second question; In my experience at least (aftermarket Pioneer headunit) the volume levels are different between AUX and Bluetooth for example (by a lot actually). I don't know why that is though.
  9. I ordered it and it arrived last Thursday. It was the real deal. ? Says SMD on it instead of "RoyalSell". It was sold by SkyHighCarAudio. And it was my only option shipping-vise.
  10. Hello, my name is Pelihagen and I'm new to the forum. ? I'm about to purchase the DD-1 I've heard so many good things about. But I have a question regarding the device on Amazon. Link: https://www.amazon.com/Meade-Designs-SMD-DD-1-Distortion/dp/B00802PJ7O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1541967013&sr=8-1&keywords=SMD+DD-1 As you can see, it says "Royalsell" on it, is this a fake/cheap knock-off? Or is it the real deal? It seems to be the only one available for shipping to Norway on Amazon. My second question is how would I use it when I have two amplifiers strapped (Link-mode, one slave and one master). I have drawn a picture to give a better illustration. Do I just disconnect all the speaker wires, and put the positive probe to the master amp's (+), then the negative on the (-) on the master amp too? I'm very confused on how to go on about this, I've been searching a lot for answers, but I'm still not 100% sure, so I wanted to ask here just to be 100% certain. ? *My apologies in advance if this is the wrong part of the forum to post*
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