GerhardMayer wrote: ↑
Thu Sep 01, 2022 7:01 pm
Betty W wrote: ↑
Sat Aug 27, 2022 6:08 pm
I have the focal woofers so it has plenty of bass, in fact it shakes the car if crank up the volume.
I wonder if it’s something to do with Cupra fitting the more powerful speakers with the beats audio, not really noticed the EQ settings, will have a look tomorrow as my better half is out in the car tonight.
Hi Betty W, i also have the Focal set with separate Tweeter and it is definitly the electronic of the infotainment that cuts off the low frequencies. But why?
Where did you place the cables from backside of the woofer to the tweeter? How did you get from outside back to the space behind the door panels?
Sorry, can't answer your pm - need more postings first.
You will need to code the HT in OBDeleven channels 1 & 4 if your fitting rear tweeters.
You can splice your tweeter wiring into added speaker wires or add them to factory connector with this
The focal tweeter wiring has plugs so you can run it down inside door panel, I wrapped them with foam tape, as your re fitting the panel you can just plug them in.
As for the coding I think the problem is the topology part, I think we have the wrong value for the born as I keep getting a random fault popping up when I scan to do with missing data, if I reverse the topology setting it removed the rear speakers but no faults, I think this is the bit we’re missing.
I’ll have a play around and see if I can find the correct value.
Have to think it’s coded two front speakers or the full beats audio.