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    Loud on head unit

    Ok, I tried to figure this out once before but failed to do so. I have a JVC 780 head unit and a JBL 600.1 powering a Alpine R. The bass from the sub is nice, but my speakers are lacking now that I am not using my loud option. When I turn it on they sound better, but the bass get REALLY loud and I have to turn it down to negative on my head unit to blend it.

    Should I use the loud or not? Will it **** anything up?







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    loudness is bad unless u only listen at a low volume all the time because it boosts the bass that your speakers focous on and it will make them distort
    if you have an amp on them get a bigger one or if you have them amped of the h/u get a little 4 channel about 50 rms or more and run it high pass to eliminate bass frequencies



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    or just turn down the bass on your amp running your sub until things even out. you can still turn it up for comps and stuff but it will sound better if things are matched.




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