I have the Pioneer DEH P780MP head unit sending the signal to the Alpine MRV F345 75X4 amp with the Boston Pro 60's in the front and the Boston SL 80's in the back. I also have a sub with a separate amp driving it.
On the head unit I have the following settings:
HPF 100, Slope 6
LPF 80, Slope 12
Equalizer settings are at 80hz +2, 125hz +2, 200 +1
BBE On at +2 out of 4.
Comp On at setting 2
Here is my concern: When listening to hard rock like Queen Fat Bottom girls, AC/DC Back in Black or even the newer Nickleback How You Remind Me and really any song where you hear that hard kick drum (I am thinking around 100 - 200hz) the right front speaker gives out at louder 2/3 volume. I am thinking that should not be happening with the Pro 60's. So I either turn the base down or increase the slope. But is this natural or should I be complaining to the dealer?
These are excellent speakers that have strong mid base but I am thinking I should be able to set the filter at 80 and they should be able to handle it easily the way I have this deck configured. I am worried I have got a tear in that front speaker. I read that they can handle so much power and yet they are failing on me.
Any thoughts on this?