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Sep 2, 9:53pm - #41804 
Hidden adjustment on non-premium radio.

If you hold down the tune/select knob on the non-premium factory radio until it beeps, it will allow you to adjust- bass, treble, & also midrange frequencies. The only drawback is, you must turn off the radio before you turn off the ignition or it will reset to just bass & treble adjustments.

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Sep 2, 10:08pm - #41805 
i'm gonna try tommorow...sounds cool though thumbsup

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Sep 2, 10:13pm - #41806 
huh?
where is this?


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Sep 2, 10:21pm - #41807 
The right knob on the radio that you use to change settings- bass, treble, fade, balance, or the radio station. Hold it down until you hear a beep. This is on the regular 6 speaker factory radio.
I was moving boxes & one held it down, when I started to go throught the settings afterwards I noticed that I could adjust midrange in addition to everything else. I just expands the sound more, but kills some of the bass. I just added more gain on my sub.

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Sep 2, 10:23pm - #41808 
hmmm neat! grin


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Sep 2, 11:22pm - #41809 
So if I try this and don't like the loss of bass, I can just turn off the ignition before the stereo and it'll all go back to the way it was before? (I have stock speakers so I can't bare to lose anymore bass). thanks!

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Sep 3, 12:56am - #41810 
yea if you dont turn the radio off when you restart the car mids go back to normal

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Sep 3, 3:53am - #41811 
Originally Posted by plkachiu
So if I try this and don't like the loss of bass, I can just turn off the ignition before the stereo and it'll all go back to the way it was before? (I have stock speakers so I can't bare to lose anymore bass). thanks!


Mine goes back, yes. Don't know how it will be w/out a sub to back it up.

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