If you want less work, go with the MB Quartz Bluetooth module! The unit is a Carling switch which is pretty sweet, easy to hook up, Has RCA outputs!
That is good info on the Amp 2 plug, I believe have it plugged into Amp #1 right now.If so, you want to run your Ride Command adapter off the Amp 2 connection. This will allow you more full range and bass and then fading capabilities which you have control over the Bass, Mid and Highs where Amp 3 has no control and is just full range which is why it sucks for a sub without a processor.
Also, there’s a regulated adapter you should use that will prevent the really bad popping noise when the car turns off. The fang lights stay on and so does the electrical feed to the ride command and when it turns off there is a loud pop every time unless you use the adapter!
I will look into the PSM and see if I can get ya a deal, I can look at the Amp, the XL355-DM for you too if you’d like!
I am pulling my hair out with all these diffent optionsIf you want less work, go with the MB Quartz Bluetooth module! The unit is a Carling switch which is pretty sweet, easy to hook up, Has RCA outputs!
Not crazzzy to me brother!!! I am a very avid music lover myself, just trying to keep up with all the new stuff on the market.I might be slightly crazy! Lol!! I’m an Audio weirdo, I love music, I love it loud and I like it clean. My house, cars, Truck, Trailer... all are like this! God bless my wife for putting up with me!
Honestly what is there to hate about it? Mounted in a good spot, works with gloves on, and can control volume right there. To each there own but seems like a big waste of money to bypass the ride command. I can’t believe half of what“...ride commands works great as a head unit...” I honestly never thought I would hear those words strung together.
I am happy for you if that works well enough brother. Keep on keepin on.
I would absolutely use the Ride Command, it’s a great unit. All the inputs work, you can’t independently control Amp3 plug. Only amp 1 and 2 you can independently control, no on screen adjustments for Amp 3. There have been numerous complaints on the whine/feedback on the 7 button Ride Command with the Dynamix suspension unless it’s onthe firm setting. My conversation was to purely help with what works for him. If yours has been plug and go then congrats! Maybe you got a”LUCKY” RZR!Honestly what is there to hate about it? Mounted in a good spot, works with gloves on, and can control volume right there. To each there own but seems like a big waste of money to bypass the ride command. I can’t believe half of what
[email protected] is saying. Input amp1 and amp2 is full range. Amp3 is for sub with only lows. I have a JL xd700/5 powering 2 JL 8.8’s and a glovebox JL 10w3. Also have a alpine power pack powering the front JL 6.5’s. All 3 inputs are used on ride command. No whine or white noise, phone connects always, and system sounds better than anything I have yet to hear. The OP had a decent setup just needed to clean the signal up