Re: my LPF is all the way down
Ive heard that if you can "locate" your subs from the base then ur LPF is to high and needs to be lowered. Becuase basee that the subs are suppsoed to deliver is non directional. So i sugest u should play around with ur lpf a little until u belive u cant locate ur subs any more. then put ur mids/midbass crossover point slightly higher?
Car: 1999 Plymouth Neon
Head Unit: Alpine CDA-9853
Components: RE RE comps in some custom kick panels.
Subs: 1x Alpine Type R 1242D In a vented 33 hz 3cuft box. (redesiging)
Sub Amp: 1x Alpine MRD-M301 mono amp (400 rms/14.4volts @ 2ohms)
Speaker Amp: Infinity 7520a (97 rms x2 /14.4volts @ 4 ohms)