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    Need to know the general stuff about a comp.

    ive never been to a comp. before and i was wondering if u guys could tell me the stuff i need to do before i compete and what class would suite me the best since im just startin off?

    2000 Dodge Durango
    15'' Kicker Solobaric L7
    4.5 cu ft ported box tuned at 32 hz
    Hifonics BX1000D
    6.5'' Alpine Type-R
    Alpine CDA-9813

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    Re: Need to know the general stuff about a comp.

    Depending on your install, you are gonna be put in a class. It usually goes by amplifier ratings or subwoofer cone area or somethin of the sort. A judge can help you to determine what class you are in, thats how i figured out what I was in. Just do a quick check and make sure youve got all the settings on your head unit set properly along with any settings on your amp.

    Since you dont know what frequency you will peak at, Id play a sweep. If you are testing on the new TL sensor, they can tell you what frequency you peaked at, not sure if other meters can tell you, ive only been metered on the new TL. On your second run, start burping with whatever frequency you peak at.

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