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    Can i trune my bass of to my speakers?

    i have 2 Kicker S12L7's in my trunk and when i trun up my system you can hear bass comeing form my speakers and it makes them sound distorted and really bad. So i was wondering if there is any way i can make it so my speakers dont play any bass and all my bass comes form my subs. My head unit is a Alpine CDA-9847.
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    CAR Nissan 97 200sx
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    Re: Can i trune my bass of to my speakers?

    You can adjust the bass boost and treble boost freq. but you don't have any crossovers in your HU. You need to put some aftermarket amps in or buy some bass blockers for your coaxials.




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    Just trying to read the topic gave me a headache!




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