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|December 27th, 2012, 01:00 PM||#1|
Rockford Fosgate 3sixty.1 sound processer
I recently uninstalled my RF 3sixty.1 sound processor. I've used it for several years with good results. If you want, I can include all the wires that I used to connect the 360.1 to the stock head unit. I warn you though, the wires were taped together with electrical tape and are now very sticky. If you want them, they are yours, otherwise I am going to toss them out. They are just plain copper wires, you can use your own if you wish. Please do NOT ask me how to install this because I had an audio shop do it for me and they did all the EQ tweaking themselves also. I'm looking for $75 shipped anywhere in the continental US. Paypal only. All sales are final.
Here is all the info and software you need for the install:
Link to manual: http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftec...3Sixty-MAN.pdf
Link to software and CD tracks for install (you need to burn these tracks to a CD):
Track 1 Level Setup - http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rnt/r...p_levelset.zip
Track 2 Pink noise - http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rnt/r...mintegrate.zip
Software (Windows PC with Bluetooth only)- http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rnt/r...y1_PC_V101.zip
Software (Windows Mobile device with Bluetooth only)- http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rnt/r...0x640_V131.zip
Description from Crutchfield:
"Factory sound systems keep getting better, but even top-of-the line options don't always deliver the best sound possible. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to replace your factory stereo, especially if it's tied into climate controls or other critical features. Rockford Fosgate's innovative 3Sixty.1 lets you install premium amplifiers, speakers, and subwoofers without forcing you to replace your factory in-dash stereo or undertake a massive rewiring project.
The 3Sixty.1 offers six high-level and low-level inputs, plus six preamp outputs, so you can use it with anything from a simple, four-speaker setup to a high-end factory 5.1 surround-sound system. You retain use of the in-dash stereo, along with steering-wheel controls or any other special factory equipment in your car. The 3Sixty.1 also features an auxiliary input, so you can add extra sources like your iPod® to the mix.
Upgrading the sound of your factory stereo
You hook up the 3Sixty.1 by connecting your car's speaker wires to its high-level inputs, and your amps to the 5-volt preamp outputs. You'll also need to make power and ground connections.
Sound adjustments are made with a wireless Bluetooth® connection. You'll need a laptop computer running Windows® or a Windows CE ® or Palm® device (sold separately). The package includes the software, which lets you adjust the sound wirelessly from anywhere in the car. This lets you mount the 3Sixty.1 in any convenient, out-of-the-way spot.
The 3Sixty.1 initially sets a flat equalization curve, which eliminates preset tone curves that can sound terrible through external amps. You can then tweak the adjustable 15-band equalizer to compensate for deficiencies in your factory stereo's sound processing and the acoustics in your vehicle. When you're done, you'll be able to see a before-and-after comparison of your system's sound quality on your Palm device. A handy dash-mountable source selector and volume knob round out this impressive package.
Brand-name stereos, too.
Of course, it's not just factory stereos that can benefit from the 3Sixty.1 — you can also use it with a brand-name aftermarket stereo. It allows you to add an auxiliary input and more amps than your stereo would normally be able to handle."
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