Do line drivers offer a noticeable difference?


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I don't have any complaints about SQ, but now I'm wondering what a line driver can offer my system. Question:

1) Do line drivers make a substantial difference in most cases.

2) If so, would a XO connected after the line driver return the line voltage back to the standard 2 volts?

3) How would I want to wire the line driver if I'm currently setup like this:
HU --> EQ --> XO --> Amps

HU - Alpine CDA9825
EQ - Clarion EQS744
XO - Clarion MCD360
SubAmp - Audiobahn A8000T
MidAmp - Audiobahn A4002T
HiAmp - Audiobahn A2002T

Thanks in advance...

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Username: Yeah_toast

BIG SB South Bend, IN USA

Post Number: 5
Registered: May-05
the line driver would offer you some what of a better s/q but probly not noticable if your amp is a class D if it A or A/B most likely they will get louder and you could turn your gain down so there is less distortion when you turn them up. I have an audiobahn line driver pushing 2 class D's and for that its noticable because of the split of power between the 2 that and my head unit is cheap. well hope this helps
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