After going over some things in side convos with Taibanl we figured out I was calibrating too low.
So what I was calling distortion I think was just clipping, You would turn the volume up and once you hit a
certain level the next turn of the knob would goe up another 2 octives and get harsh like when the volumes up too loud..
THIS IS Gone now, Calibrated @21db and I can turn up loud and clear. ( notice slight hiss though with volume all the way down, minor.)
Its not only louder now it sounds solid all the way till max with the MS8 on -6db I think when I was calibrating at 180/24 and 35/18 the only
reason I was getting away with it was because it was being calibrated too low. Now I can feel the door speakers working and sounding good.
With the Center being a little louder than the doors I found a simple solution, Just lower the center level in the MS8 2 clicks now its balanced
across nice (until I add the R4's then I will put back to default).
Latest & Best settings ( so far )
* Front = 2-way,
* 50Hz subsonic/24dB, 200Hz at 24dB Hi/Lo
* Center = 1-way, 200Hz at 24dB
* Sides = 1-way, 200Hz at 24dB
* Calibration volume = -21dB
* Main volume after calibration = -6dB
Almost perfect, Would like to try @ maybe 20db and 22db calibration volume and compare as well.
The underseats are not as bassy as with the stock amp but they tend to hit nice ( mid bass ). Im assuming a sub would compliment it nice with current config.
Getting there slowly ( eying up a sub amp + sub box )!
Last edited by QUiKSR20; 07-25-2012 at 01:20 AM.