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    Stereo Input Signal Sensitivity

    With newer stereo head units that I guess are in the screen display? Is there a way to adjust the input sensitivity that then passes through to the RCA cables which then provides low level signal to the amp?

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    The new ICE system has a 4.0V low lever output for each of its 4 full-range stereo pairs, master volume and 4 zone volume control. The 2017 amps have factory set gain input sensitivity to match the ICE.
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    For 2018 z3 Installed dx2.3hp driving 4 rev 10s. Has factory DX6 driving 6 in boats. DX2.3 Has gain/sensitivity adjustment. How would you adjust the sensitivity. 3/4 head unit volume and turn gain up till reaches my desired level seems to end up with gain too high.

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    How would you adjust the sensitivity
    Your Wet Sounds Syn-DX2.3HP dealer should be your source for this. They can help with insuring you have the amp wired, configured and tuned correctly.
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