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    i have a avionixx 800.2 pushing 2 eD 12k's, the amp is bridged at 4 ohms. what should i set the hpf and the lpf at? thank you. also it is a 2.6 cubic ft. box. sealed.

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    For sub amps you use lopass mode. Start at about 80 and see how it sounds.



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