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    setting a hifonics titan 1500.1

    well i just got done building a box for a 15" L7 (4.4 cuft @34hz) an of a hifonics titan 1500 and it sound really good....but as his volume increases past a certain point all of his front speakers begin to distort really bad....how should i have the amp set at...or is there anything i can do about the distortion...btw he has a jvc hu







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    Re: setting a hifonics titan 1500.1

    anybody know how i would go about setting the gains on this amp




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    Re: setting a hifonics titan 1500.1

    What does the sub amp have to do with the front speakers?




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    Re: setting a hifonics titan 1500.1

    Quote Originally Posted by Lothar34 View Post
    What does the sub amp have to do with the front speakers?
    LOL

    I was seriously wondering the same thing.




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    Re: setting a hifonics titan 1500.1

    idk..either...but for some reason whenever his volume on his hu is turned up the rest of speakers distort really bad...i was wondering if having the gain on the amp turned to high might have anything to do with this




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    Re: setting a hifonics titan 1500.1

    is the front speakers working off headunit power and the sub off the titan

    if yes

    raise headunit volume to point of distortion , than back it up a notch
    now raise gain on sub amp to were you want it when head unit volume is were it is now



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    Re: setting a hifonics titan 1500.1

    Turn down the bass on the headunit so they don't distort so badly, then raise the gain on the amp accordingly so the amp produces full power just before the full range speakers begin to distort again. (I'm assuming he has bass setting all the way up on his headunit)



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    Re: setting a hifonics titan 1500.1

    no...iirc his bass is on 0...plus he has a separate setting for his sub level on his hu...but i'll try some of the options yall have listed




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