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i havea 6ch amp to run all my speakers

does anyone have a recomendation of other hu with the simplicity of this one/?
 

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I use the Nak MB100 and it has beautiful sound .. :biggrin:
I have no troubles with it playin kodak burns ..
 

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the ///Alpines arent fucking hard to use...

fuck all you assholes who think they are...

spend 5 minutes reading the manual and its fucking easy to use...


with my alpine there is 3 things i do

I change my volume, I change my hpf and i change my sub 0-15db boost

and the tobe truthfull i havent touched my hpf in over 2 weeks (80hz)
and my sub level has been at +15db for the last month...

so really i just change my volume and its very complicated, ou gotta turn the dial to the right...

its real fuckin hard to use alright...
 

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so there is what like a couple buttons that you hold down for 3 sec's? to get the options? i found it very user friendly and simple to navigate and the amount options and shit you can do is unreal...
 

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Originally posted by 67impala@Sep 27 2003, 06:32 PM
so there is what like a couple buttons that you hold down for 3 sec's? to get the options? i found it very user friendly and simple to navigate and the amount options and shit you can do is unreal...
I'm sure that pioneer would blow that alpine out of the water.

Built-in DSP with PRO Mode

13-Band Graphic Equalizer
Frequencies: 50, 80, 125, 200, 315, 500, 800, 1.2k, 2k, 3.15k, 5k, 8k, 12.5k
Level: +/- 12dB

5 Factory and 2 User EEQ Presets: Super Bass, Powerful, Natural, Vocal, Flat, Custom1, Custom2

Source Custom EQ memory (Independent Custom Memory for each source)

Selectable Loudness Control (Low/Mid/High/Off)

Auto-EQ (3 Curves, Microphone Included)

Digital Sound Field Control (4 Presets)

Octaver Bass Enhancement (2 Modes)

BBE (+/- 4 Step)

Time Alignment (4 Modes, 1 Custom): Adjustment range 0-160inch/1 inch steps

Digital Automatic Sound Levelizer (ASL) with Built-in Microphone (5-Mode)

Two-Way Crossover Network (Normal Mode)
Front HPF: 50/63/80/100/125Hz, Slope -12dB/oct
Rear HPF: 50/63/80/100/125Hz, Slope -12dB/oct
Subwoofer LPF (Mono): 50/63/80/100/125Hz, Level -24 to +6dB, Slope -18dB, Phase (Normal/Reverse)
Three-Way Crossover Network (PRO Mode)
High HPF: 1.6k-20kHz, Level -24 to +0dB, Slope -12 or -6dB, Phase (Normal/Reverse)
Mid LPF: 1.6k-20kHz, Level -24 to +0dB, Slope -18/-12/-6/0dB, Phase (Normal/Reverse)
Mid HPF: 20-200Hz, Slope -18/-12/-6/0dB
Low LPF (Mono): 20-200Hz, Level -24 to +6dB, Slope -18/-12/-6dB, Phase (Normal/Reverse)

IP-Bus System Control

MCD Control

TV Tuner Control

Auxiliary Input (CD-RB10 or CD-RB20 required)

2 External Unit Control

S.L.A. (Source Level Adjustment)

Selectable Fader Control

Hi-volt RCA Preouts (x3 pair, Front, Rear & Sub) (6V)

Advanced Organic EL Display (256x80 pixel)

Full-motion 3D graphic animations including:
4 screensavers (High Dive, Dune Racing, Apollo Mission, Extreme Skiing)

4 Spectrum Analyzer displays

5 background full-motion animations

12 background pictures

Enhanced Clock mode & Off (text-only) mode

2 Display Modes (alternate screen layouts)

Form 1 includes 32-character text display capability

Form 2 includes 2 lines of 24-character text display capability

Adjustable brightness level (32-mode)

Customizable Display Download Capability

Cellular Mute Capability

All that in a single DIN unit....now that, is unreal



Last edited by 1ofaknd at Sep 27 2003, 06:41 PM
 

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It's amazin how much crap they put in deck's nowadays --
I prefer to just tweak my amps stick the cd in and listen ..
 

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OK dude this is how it goes

the number one headunits out there are

1) Elclipse
2) ///Alpine

hop on over to caraudioforums.com

and you will find out what the best shit out there is...

im not saying my alpine headunit is the best but the top of the line alpine headunit kicks fucking ass and i would kill for one....

and the pioneers dont come close...
 

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Originally posted by 67impala@Sep 28 2003, 12:48 PM
OK dude this is how it goes

the number one headunits out there are

1) Elclipse
2) ///Alpine

hop on over to caraudioforums.com

and you will find out what the best shit out there is...

im not saying my alpine headunit is the best but the top of the line alpine headunit kicks fucking ass and i would kill for one....

and the pioneers dont come close...
:uh:

shh. we both have much to learn my child.
 

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I don't car what anyone says Pioneer is(in my opinoin) the best for the money.... fuck what every one else say... I am getting the
Deh-p6500 as soon as i get some money..... :thumbsup: :machinegun: :confused:
 

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The Pioneer Premier deh-p550mp would be a better choice, plus it costs less.
 

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Originally posted by beatbox@Sep 28 2003, 09:09 PM
The Pioneer Premier deh-p550mp would be a better choice, plus it costs less.
that is the one that look exactly like the deh-p3500.... but the only difference is that the 550mp plays mp3 right????
 

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The 550 doesnt have an OEL display (those become annoying after a while anyway, unless the headunit allows you to change them, but i dont think the 6500 has that option). I find it much more convenient to have mp3 compatibility though. I have my entire CD collection on 5 discs. :thumbsup:
I'd have to check, but I think the 550 has one more preout also.
 

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Originally posted by beatbox@Sep 28 2003, 06:33 PM
The 550 doesnt have an OEL display (those become annoying after a while anyway, unless the headunit allows you to change them,
That's why i like my 930. I got a couple "porn' background pics, and some sweet ass movies.
 
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