got my eD nine.1, looks good and sounds much better than the crappy sony amps i had
Sub Sonic in most amps is a filter which suppress very low signals (my is 15Hz and less) that human cannot hear (but can feel). You can turn it on to extend subs life and to save power (current).anubis05 said:i always wondered what should the LPF be set at? and What the heck is sub sonic for ? is it good to have the lpf at the lowest setting and also whats a good setting for sub sonic
I couldn't disagree more.DetroitBass said:Did you know, that if you have two amps that do the same amount of power, they will sound exactly the same?
For instance, a $1000 ARC Audio amp that does 100wx2 @ 4 ohm, and a $75 Sony amp that does [email protected] 4 ohm, will make the speakers sound exactly the same, as long as they actually put out that rated power. The difference is components used, and build quality. One will last a year, the other your whole life.
Just a little bit of info for ya!