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2011 Chevrolet Avalanche w/Bose, Aftermarket Head Unit Crossover And Settings


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Posted: May 15, 2023 at 9:19 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote daffypuck
I installed a Pioneer DD in my 2011 Avalanche w/BOSE system along with a Idatalink Maestro rr. Its my understanding using the Maestro that I retain the factory BOSE amp and whatnot. My question is this: What do I set the Pioneer crossovers and other audio settings to? Does the oem BOSE already have set crossovers and should I disregard the Pioneer settings? Should I match the BOSE factory settings so I dont lose some freqs by setting the Pioneer settings incorrectly? Im not looking to do any further upgrades. The factory BOSE sounds decent enough for my preferences, I just wanted a HU upgrade so I can use Appleplay and have a more contemporary looking display.
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Hope I get this part right.
2011 Avalanche w/BOSE
Pioneer AVH2550NEX
Idatalink Maestro RR
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If you do use the crossover in the Pioneer you will lose the OEM subwoofer. You can use the 4 channels of the time alignment, but not the crossover.
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