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Pre-amp voltage? Glass?

 

Bronze Member
Username: Audiophile

OFallon, MO USA

Post Number: 94
Registered: Jul-04
Which is "better" 2v, or 4v? Im looking at buying an Alpine CDM-9823 unit for my 95 talon, but I'm not sure as to whether I should spend another 150 bucks and just get the CDA-9830...(the CDA-9825 doesn't fit)

Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
 

Bronze Member
Username: Audiophile

OFallon, MO USA

Post Number: 95
Registered: Jul-04
Uhh, hello? Anyone?

Seriously, its just a 2 letter answer. "2v" or "4v". I will be running a single mono amp on a subwoofer output if that's any help to you.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Audiophile

OFallon, MO USA

Post Number: 96
Registered: Jul-04
Ok come on...someone please answer me...
 

Juggalo Jeff
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4 volt is better there is a less chance of any unwanted noise in the system
 

Jer
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Also, pre-voltage is basically the amount of volts that are kicked out into your amp. The higher, the better.
 

Gold Member
Username: Jonathan_f

GA USA

Post Number: 2135
Registered: May-04
4V is better. 2V won't necessarily generate audible noise in your system, but it's more likely to. Also, with 4V allows your gains to be set lower, meaning the noise floor is lower b/c the amp doesn't generate noise into the system by turning the gain up.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Audiophile

OFallon, MO USA

Post Number: 100
Registered: Jul-04
Thanks for all the help guys. Especially Jer and Jonathan
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