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    How should I turn in the AMP?

    Hello, I have a few Questions about how to turn in the AMP
    It has a few screws to turn, for now I can only use high input singal,

    At what level should I have the Level on?
    There is a Bass level to, from 3 -12 db
    I can then adjust the hurts from 15-40hz
    then from 40-120

    Thanks /Erik







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    Re: How should I turn in the AMP?

    what kind of amp is it ? maybe u could take a pic of the side of the amp with the controls on it. but to tune ur amp. turn ur gains all the way down. bass boost as well. Turn ur volume on ur HU up as high as u would listen to it. Then turn up ur gain on the amp till u hear distortion or whnen u kno its too much. then turn it down a bit. bass boost ***** dont use it. It causes distortion. If u really wana use it tho up to 6db would be fine as long as u turn down ur gain a but more. and set ur Xover to how u like it. Like how Jmac said. But setting ur Xover too high will cause ur subs to sound messy.



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    Re: How should I turn in the AMP?

    Thanks for the answers.
    Your right its called Bass Boost and I can change it from 3- 12 dB , I turned it all off.

    I adjust the sub-sonic filter to about 20 Hz cause the Subwoofer dont even go down to 15 and Im thinking that the Hz down dear would only take up alot of Power from the AMP.

    I adjusted the Low-pass-filter set to 11 oclock, about 80-90 Hz.
    If I adjusted it up higher like you said, it sounded muddy and distorted and at higher Hz you could also hear the source from the Subwoofer.

    I turned in the Main level on the AMP to 11 oclock also, I then have a Higpass to a Lowpass filter andI took the source from the back speakers.

    I just turned on the Highpass to the Lowpass filter up 1/4.

    What do you guy's think?
    I think it sounds great now, the Subwoofer blends in with the sound and the Power is way more then I need, the stereo volym goes from 1-30 at level 14 you start to feel the wind in your neck and the bass in your body.
    I ones turned it up to level 18 but that cant be to good for the ears.

    Thnaks! /Erik




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