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If you are using the factory radio with aftermarket amps. READ

1383 Views 11 Replies 5 Participants Last post by  echavez144
Well after using the Re-q in my truck for a week or two I decided to run two subs in my truck today . one with the amp signal coming from a RE-Q and the other using a nice peripheral LOC.

I tried the re-q first and the subs was nice and tight and the volume would turn all the way up and get loud. Overall it would hard to tell this was not an aftermarket headunit. Listened to several different disc and was impressed.

Next a flipped a switch and the peripheral Loc came on. The difference was noticiable immediately. The bas was near as accurate and I lost alot of volume controll. On rap songs it sounded like the subs was blown with the volume turned up.

The re-q is no joke and it is the best audio upgrade piece I have seen if you want to keep the factory radio.
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Blackbeauty said:
Good to know, tech! Thanks for the reinforcement! Glad I bought an RE-Q! Now, I just have to figure out how to install it! :lol:
P dizzle just did an install with one and he unlike me took tons of great pics and he is about to do a write up on it.

it has front and sub outputs. the sub output has a crossover and subsonic filter. It also gives you a remote turn on as well.
Sammy Sandbag said:
Nifty, looks to better than your everyday LOC, but not quite the full blown eq of the CleanSweep. Would have been nice to have something like this around when I was still using the OE HU.
The part of the cleansweep that is a turn off is the seperate volume controll and the price.
40seven said:

You say that it has outputs for the fronts and sub...does that mean that if you run an amp for the rears you will lose the rear fade control?
Rears are so unimportant i would use a loc on the rear if you want to keep the fader. no clue why i have never used a fader in my life.Except to check to see if a speaker works
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