Sounds like alot of work, plus you have to have a Palm Pilot to use it.
And at $600.00, you would be better off just buying a better in-dash radio.
Unless you are an extreme audiophile, and want to fine tune every little aspect of the sound, I would just buy a better head unit. There alot of great ones on that site.
LOL i just followed the link posted above and the title of the window is: "Rockford Fosgate 3SIXTY.2 Interactive signal processor Expand and fine-tune your factory or bra - Microsoft Internet Explorer" LOL i see that rockford fosgate is expanding their product line...
...i know, i know how immature but it struck me as being really really funny
Thanks for the input Dawson. Its good to hear from someone that sounds like they know what they're talking about, instead of some a$$ clown from the peanut gallery talking about some potentiometer, just kidding. I just want a good quality sound with a little more volume. I did buy some Polk Audio 6x9's, sounds much better already.
it's all good..... PERSONALLY, I would just swap out the HU with an aftermarket one... but that's just my thoughts.... hell, for $600, you could have the CDD URAL conceRt... absolutely AMAZING head unit!!! Digital Time correction, independant phase adjustment, multi-band EQ per channel, test tone generator, multi-lingual... I'd almost say it'd make coffee for you in the morning but it probably wouldn't...
I used a 3Sixty.2 in my previous car, a 2002 BMW 325i, with the factory HU and it beat out any aftermarket HU setup I have ever used in terms of flexibility. It is simply the best piece of processing equipment you can buy for an all-in-one solution, IMHO. I liked it so much I am using it in addition to the aftermarket HU in my Civic, a JVC KD-AR8500 (disabling all HU processing), and I will be getting another one to use in my Caliber with the factory HU when I do the system in it.
As a note... it is also compatible with Windows Mobile. I use my Sprint PPC-6700 phone to connect to it. You can also get them on e-bay (no warranty) and at several internet dealers for $500 and under. I picked mine up on e-bay for $496 shipped quite a while ago, and you can find them for less if you look
Anyone who knocks it more than likely has not tried it. It is a GREAT piece of equipment and I do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone.