Need help adjusting equalizer curve! anyone that can help please do-Isaac,Glasswolf,Help2


Bronze Member
Username: Klone420

Post Number: 15
Registered: Dec-04
I have a pioneer DEH-1600 HU, that has an EQ built in (3-band parametric Equalizer). Low=Frequency-40/80/100/160Hz
Q Factor-.35/.59/.95/1.15(+6dB when boosted)
Gain-(+/- 12dB)
Mid=Frequency-200/500/1k/2k Hz
Q Factor-.35/.59/.95/1.15 (+6dB when boosted)
Gain-(+/- 12dB)
High=Frequency-3.15k/8k/10k/12.5k Hz
Q Factor-.35/.59/.95/1.15 (+6dB when boosted)
Gain-(+/- 12dB)
Loudness contour:
Low-+3.5dB (100Hz),+3dB (10kHz)
Mid-+10dB (100Hz),+6.5dB (10kHz)
High-+11dB (100Hz),+11dB (10kHz)(volume:-30dB)
I've got 4-way pioneer in front,Alpine SPS-690A 3-way in rear,and two 12" tornado kenwoods in trunk.
I listen to mostly Death Metal,Gangsta Rap,rock and Reagge. so I want the tweeters from the Pioneers to be clear/louder than the 6"sub. I want the Alpine to push good bass without distorting the tweeters. And The subs I want them to just push hard hittin' bass!(quick,hard thumps).

When I go to through the EQ's it has Hz's displayed on the left,and on the right it ranges from 2W/1W/1N/2N-this is what confuses me, what does W&N stand for??? Also, I Don't fully understand what Hz's are.

Thanx for all the help,its greatly appreciated, U GUYS ARE THA $H!T! I've learned more from this site than School:-)

Gold Member
Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 6080
Registered: Dec-03
Hz. abbreviation for Hertz, or Cycles Per Second.
It's a measure of frequency.

W and N are probably Wide and Narrow band, respectively.
Try reading the manual for clarification. for info on Frequency, Crossovers, and Slope.
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