Join Date: Aug 2017
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Re: MTX Audio Ride Command Adapter
As I understand it, the Ride Command system has 3 pairs of preamp outputs. 1 pair of preamp outputs are for channels 1 and 2. Another pair of preamp outputs are for channels 3 and 4. And the last pair of preamp outputs are for channels 5 and 6. Each preamp output has non-adjustable crossover points programmed into the source unit.
Channels 1 and 2 - Fixed high pass crossover that starts to roll off at 200Hz
Channels 3 and 4 - Fixed high pass crossover that starts to roll of at 200Hz
Channels 5 and 6 - Fixed low pass crossover 48dB/octave slope at 100Hz
We recommend using preamp output 3 (channels 5 and 6) to get a little more low end. These channels will provide more midbass frequencies than the high pass crossover channels.
Once you get the audio signal out of the Ride Command source unit and have adapted it to RCA's, you can split that signal as many times as you need. As I understand it, the only reason you would need more than 1 adapter is if you were running more than 1 amplifier and wanted to send the low pass audio signal to one amp and the high pass audio signal to another.
Hope this makes sense.