I'm waiting for someone to actually hack the amp software so that the user can change the settings. Simply put....adjust the EQ curve and increase the gain on the rear speakers and sub. Maybe even adjust the crossover frequencies.The issue is the factory amp. I'm waiting to read one of these threads where someone has figured out a way to replace the amp.
Would this be possible with Chrysler software? Or would you need a Alpine tech to do it? As anyone contacted Alpine directly to see if theres a fix?I'm waiting for someone to actually hack the amp software so that the user can change the settings. Simply put....adjust the EQ curve and increase the gain on the rear speakers and sub. Maybe even adjust the crossover frequencies.
Alpine components up front and in the sound bar for me. Add a 12" separate enclosed box in the back for the sub and Alpine amp under the seat. Now I sounds good and loud.This could be a killer 9 speaker system if set up correctly. And yes, I'm talking components in the soundbar
This is the first time I've heard someone mention something like this thats a step(what appears to be) in the right direction. I'd like to just switch out the speakers and add a Alpine PDX-5 keeping the stock head unit. Theres a thread on JK-Owners about a guy redoing the harness making it work, but thats slightly above my knowledge. I definitely don't want to lose the HUAfter adding Alpine speakers and just a amp to my stock Nav head unit in my 2012 JK I was very diappointed in the sound. My installer then added a JL Audio clean sweep and now it sounds solid. The frequency response in the head unit is terrible and that was very apperant after putting in good speakers. The Clean Sweep flattened out the frequency response.