I can change frequencies for low/mid/high all independently.. For someone who enjoys "turning it up and enjoying", its something else.
I seriously doubt it. Thats just the wire that tells the head unit when to turn onsooooo... i have a question. On the harness i got with the stereo there was a 1k resistor inline on the acc wire. i ended up breaking that off when wiring it up and just left it out... could that be causing my issue?
Good analogy but, not true with computers. If "power saver" is enabled your cpu multiplier drops therefor lowers your frequency automatically. Removing the heatsink or fan would simply overheat the cpu and cause the dreaded BSOD.It's like any CPU in a computer. It would operate improperly. In a stereo it might just lower its available output to prevent overheating, just as a computer might limit or lower your power to decrease heat.
Just my thoughts.