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    2 really quick questions!

    On my HU there is a Subwoofer level that goes from -15 to 15. Just wondering where that should be?
    Also for bass/mid/treble settings.. is it best to leave it flat at 0 or no?



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    Re: 2 really quick questions!

    set it to a comfortable lvl you want it to be without too high of bass to distort the front, that is if you don't have them amped like me



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    Re: 2 really quick questions!

    Quote Originally Posted by Simek4life View Post
    On my HU there is a Subwoofer level that goes from -15 to 15. Just wondering where that should be?
    Also for bass/mid/treble settings.. is it best to leave it flat at 0 or no?

    I change mine depending on the music




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