Gavin
Hey, I'm writing this because I got beat. I picked up an Alpine CDA-9884 (Japanese version) which posted in their manual says 4v, I tested mines today and found out that its only 2.2v!!WTF Now most of you know, my middle name is "Mistakes" so "How do you test your HU to see if its 4v or not?"
Here is what I did.

1: played a 65Hz test tone via db drag cd
2: all extra's set to zero
3: cranked her up to volume level 35 Max!
4: Fluke set to Vac, and used my O-scope to check for clipping
5: touched the jacks and got 2.2 (but with no clip wave)

correct me if I did something wrong!!
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Tim Verheij
Did you meassure subwoofer output ?
If so then maybe your sub level is on 0

tru to push volume button and look how it stands.

Greets
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murilo
now hit the MX or bass adjustments until the thing clips
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Gavin
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Originally posted by murilo@soundigital.com.br:
now hit the MX or bass adjustments until the thing clips
what is MX? my manual is in Japanese! all I know now is the bass, treb and balance.
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screechie
MX is media expander just Alpine name for bass boost which I dont use on mine.
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Gavin
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Originally posted by screechie:
MX is media expander just Alpine name for bass boost which I dont use on mine.
Thanks Screechie, I though there was a problem with the question. bass booster..gotit.
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