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    Icon32 Question about my 7998

    Just got it in the mail today and am waiting for my epic-160 to come. Its says in the manual and I have read on here that it needs a full range signal to work properly. I had planned on hooking it up to my sub out from my HU. So my question is can the 7998 sub pre-out but set to full range???







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    Re: Question about my 7998

    The sub out should be, because on each setting, you can adjust from flat to 24db per octave. A flat would symbolize no slope meaning no filtering of frequencies. If worse comes to worst, you can try the epic off the rear outs, if you're not utilizing a bi-amp configuration or rear speakers with fading.



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    Re: Question about my 7998

    Using front and rear off 4 channel amp. Subs on their own amp.




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