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    HPF and LPF

    I need some advice on setting the LPF and HPF on my H/U. I really have no clue what to set them at. Thanks for any help.







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    Re: HPF and LPF

    Quote Originally Posted by DatAudio View Post
    I need some advice on setting the LPF and HPF on my H/U. I really have no clue what to set them at. Thanks for any help.
    What equipment are you using? Like mids and highs?



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    Re: HPF and LPF

    Start around 80-100 Hz..high and low and see what sounds best and what your mids will handle without breaking up.




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    Re: HPF and LPF

    Stock speakers. Kenwood kdc x496 head unit. 2 RF p2s. And RF t500bdcp. I have no clue how to set them myself. My LPF is at 85 right now and my HPF is at 120.




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    Re: HPF and LPF

    You just set them either with your amp or HU, read ur manual to find out how to change them then just listen to the music as u set them and leave it ona setting that sounds good to you



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    Re: HPF and LPF

    125/80 then just tinker from there and use your ears




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