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March 8, 2013 Best Car Audio Product in Years
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TJL from Fairfax, VA
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I am quite pleased with this product. I put it in a 2013 Elantra with the navigation and built in amp. It worked great. I just placed it in line between the stock amp and the speakers. I left the tweeters alone, my 5 channel would have blown them, and have it running running to my amp, then to the stock internals and a 10' W3. I could not be happier.

The car lowers the volume to the rear speakers and speaks the navigation voice comes on through the fronts. I was worried this would for some reason cause a problem but it was fine. I was also worried that the car had the bass roll-off, but it did not. I cut the wires between the stock amp and the speakers, ran extension wires to this unit for the front and rear speakers wires coming out of the stock amp, bridged the audio (using this product) from the rear speakers to the sub channel, then ran the RCAs to the 5 channel amp for both the front, rear, and subs, wired the sub in the box, ran speaker wires from the amp output 4 channels back to the respective stock speaker wires that I cut originally. Then I played with the setting until I got them sound perfect.

I was really intimidated (brand new car and all) and I have been putting systems in cars for the last 12 years.

Just for God's sake... Label both sides of every wire (in between where you cut and on each end of your extension wires) or you will have an overwhelming mess on your hands!
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January 13, 2013 Excellent results
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Texans from Houston, tx
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Installed in 2012 silverado. Chevy known for poor factory head unit signal. This was a must have! Easy to install no issues. Corrected the frequency response specificlly with the bass rollover. Sounds like I installed a New head unit. EQ a nice feature front, rear and sub.
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July 30, 2012 Looks good in the box...
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Nick from Houston, TX
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The AudioControl LCQ-1 is, conceptually, the best of both worlds (the LC6i meets the EQS). Unfortunately, the results were not up to par. Well, at least they would have been if we could've gotten the thing to work properly (the units kept popping at crackling at any volume level). We went through three LCQ-1's before we got one that finally worked. The sound was great, except that two days into it, the unit started to produce a high-pitch whine from the rear driver's side tweeter. We swapped back in the LC6i to make sure it wasn't the amp or tweeter, and the noise went away.

This unit may work for some folks, and perhaps I received a batch of bad LCQ-1"s, but I cannot recommend this product or brand to others. Since my batch of malfunctioning LCQ-1's, I have stepped up to the Rockford Fosgate 3sixty.3 and couldn't be happier.
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