I am going to try a different source unit to isolate the problem in either the head unit or the processor. I did install it myself... and I work for one of the major car audio manufacturers, so expertise is abundant around here. Unfortunately no one around here uses this product. The best info always comes from those out in the field who are using the product anyway!
which manufacturer might that be? ;)
I'm guessing it's not sony/pioneer/kenwood/etc since you're running the alpine HU...so a manufacturer who doesn't make a HU then....
I have the 300, which is the one before the 301, it has the same problem...
everything else I set to max out at like 21 & the dvd's will push the same volume at like 29..... there all like this... I think it has to do with the dolby...
and you haven't found ANYTHING to solve this problem turbo?
Turbo- exactly. This may just be "one of those things". I will do some testing later this week and see what we come up with.
VR6- straight north of you about 250 miles. That is all that I can say.
Stillwater, OK I take it?!
I never really tried much... I get no distortion or clipping... I get enough volume.... I've accepted it as normal with a dolby dts source...
Ok, here's a question for all the PXA H701 experts. I haven't found the answer to this, even after a search. I may have missed it somewhere, if so, please forgive me.
Here's what I would like to change my system setup to:
Alpine DVA-9965 head unit ( here which says that it can control the H701
Alpine PXA-H701, controlled by head unit
Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX USB sound driver, using digitial out, into the PXA-H701
So, the DVA-9965 should be able to control the H701, and select between the Sound Blaster input, and the other inputs from the DVA-9965, including it's internal CD/DVD player, and anything else it has.
Does this make sense?
It doesmake sense. i'm not sure about the specs, but you can go to alpines website and take a look at the users manual and find out all of the functionality that you may have questions on that particular unit
Yeah, I've downloaded the specs and owners manual for the PXA and the DVA, and while there is some indications that it will work, I have not been able to find anything that says for sure, which is why I am asking. I do generally try and do my own research before asking questions on the board.