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post #1 of 4 Old 01-23-2013, 01:50 PM - Thread Starter
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New to this MCACC stuff and don't quite understand all of its functions. When using this feature, are the settings stored for using Acous.EQ mode? If i were to change any of the settings, what would be the need to have the EQ mode on?

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If you change the acoustical EQ settings you modified them from what the auto setup set them at. You still need EQ mode on to use your modified settings it's just a modified EQ. If you turn off MCACC then you've turned off all EQ settings even if you modified them. I recommended you spend time this thread http://www.avsforum.com/t/1112470/official-pioneer-mcacc-thread/0_50 . It's dedicated to MCACC and there are some very knowledgeable people in there who answer question pretty quick.

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Anytime Jeep. The guys in the other thread are really great.

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