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|02-03-2016 12:13 PM|
|02-03-2016 08:08 AM|
2013 ford focus
i have a 2013 ford focus with the my sync no sirius i was wondering if i could change the radio out and put in the radio from the st model as mines the se
|01-02-2016 07:21 AM|
I haven't seen anything mentioned but I have a 2012 Ford Focus Sport with the Sony Speaker stereo system.
However in Australia it didn't come with the 'SYNC' system that you are all quoting.
Does that mean that the aftermarket head units should work? I only ask as my vehicle is out of warranty and has started to develop the bug where the audio on the unit keeps cutting in and out.
|10-22-2015 12:47 AM|
Hi, this seems to be totally new ....10.1" display, 4-cores CPU, 16 GB storage, with/without canbus...
CPAC-F207- MULTIMEDIA ANDROID QUAD-CORE JUMBO DISPLAY FOR FORD FOCUS/MONDEO/S-MAX 2005-2012 - Android CarAudio
CPAC-F206- MULTIMEDIA ANDROID QUAD-CORE JUMBO DISPLAY FOR FORD FOCUS/MONDEO/S-MAX 2005-2012 - Android CarAudio
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|04-23-2015 06:16 PM|
Has anyone used the Advent OE-Styles unit? I currently have one in my Silverado, but was curious how well the unit for the Focus worked.
Advent : OE Multimedia : OFOFOC1
|12-08-2014 06:55 PM|
|ThaSurgeonGeneral||Glad its working out for you... I figured they'd compliment each other|
|12-08-2014 05:25 PM|
|sparkyman987||Ok so I used both the LC6i and the EQS together. The EQS fixed everything. It sounds perfectly now. Really strong bass at high volumes and the highs aren't ear bleeding anymore.|
|11-23-2014 11:54 PM|
Honestly, it looks as though you should use both in tandem. I might be wrong but the EQS, being created as an EQ but usable as an OEM integration processor, lacks the ability to sum signals...
Also, neither unit has the Accubass feature, or the delay feature found in the DQ-61.
You need to use the LC6i for channel summing but the EQS also, to Tame that curvy sumnabich. The EQS does have that 40hz eq knob in the sub eq section... That's good.
If you look at your LC6i , does it have 3 sets of separate lines going to it? Or are any or all of the lines looped together? Also, are any of the summed indicators on the face of the unit lit in green? How many of the preamp outputs are you using?
|11-23-2014 12:26 PM|
|sparkyman987||So my setup is Alpine spr-60c front and rear 2 type r 10" subs in the trunk and alpine's PDX-F4 4 channel amp and MRX-M110 mono amp. Right now I am summing the channels coming out of fords stock amp with an old lc6i I had from a previous car. I just got an Audiocontrol EQS and it has the high level inputs and I was thinking it might be better to just replace the lc6i with just the EQS. What do you think? I had a friend install the lc6i so Im not sure if he used the front tweeter signals when he summed the channels.|
|11-23-2014 02:41 AM|
|ThaSurgeonGeneral||Annnnd, last but not least, if your crossover is active, you'll need something to sum all of your speaker signals for one full range sound. Both the LCQ-1 and DQ-61 do this quite well and fairly easily...|
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