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drewdc90

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About drewdc90

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  • First Name drew

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  • Ford Model Fiesta
  • Ford Year 2012
  • UK/Ireland Location Other/NonUK
  • Annual Mileage 0 to 5000
  1. Fiesta Audio

    Hi, my girl friend bought a 2012 ford fiesta a while ago. The cars been great, its nice to drive and easy on fuel though theres one thing thats been annoying me since the day she got it, the audio. The sound system in the car is fine, the bluetooth and everything is easy to use but theres one thing I didn't like. Theres a noticable audio limiter (audio processor) on the signal output to the speakers. I've tried turning off the audio DSP and loudness so that its just the raw signal from the cd yet theres still a very noticeable limiter (it sounds more like a compressor) on the output that cause these very loud transients at the start of each tracks and after gaps of silence. Its fatigueing to listen to and would nice to just hear the raw songs as I know them. Hope someone knows what I'm talking about lol. Thanks, Drew :).