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Factory amp can it be adjusted?

Don't know if this has asked but I just put a alpine head unit in my 325i and now my factory speakers are a hell of a lot louder than it was when the old crapy pioneer was in it. So what I would like to know is there any way to adjust the gain on the factory amp or am I just stuck with it?
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Nope, no adjustments except for the volume on the headunit. It is because there is more voltage coming from the newer/better Alpine, making the factory amp work harder. Hope this helps...



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ok make sense thanks
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