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    I need help! Im soo Confused!

    Ok, I have four Eclipse 250w speakers, I was wondering if I hooked up a 400w 4 channel amp to these speakers, if I would be able to turn the bass all the way off of them? Thanks for any help







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    Re: I need help! Im soo Confused!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris58 View Post
    Ok, I have four Eclipse 250w speakers, I was wondering if I hooked up a 400w 4 channel amp to these speakers, if I would be able to turn the bass all the way off of them? Thanks for any help
    you sure the hell are confused,explain the situation better




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    Re: I need help! Im soo Confused!

    you should be able to control that with your head unit
    if you mean on the speakers through the amp, tell us what amp you have




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    Re: I need help! Im soo Confused!

    I have the bass turned down all the way on the head unit. But when I play rap music, the outercone of the speaker hits the little tweeterpart and makes a loud popping noise. The amp I bought is a Boss 400w




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    Re: I need help! Im soo Confused!

    what headunit do you have?
    you should be able to change the crossover point between the sub and speakers.
    but your particular deck might not have that option.

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    Re: I need help! Im soo Confused!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris58 View Post
    I have the bass turned down all the way on the head unit. But when I play rap music, the outercone of the speaker hits the little tweeterpart and makes a loud popping noise. The amp I bought is a Boss 400w

    You're clipping the amp.

    Look up the gain setting tutorial on this forum in the wiring, electrical and installation section.




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    Re: I need help! Im soo Confused!

    You're clipping the amp.
    Look up the gain setting tutorial on this forum in the wiring, electrical and installation section.
    That's what I was thinking too. Also, you can adjust your high pass filter to prevent your speakers from bottoming out. This can be done on your head unit (if you have the option) or on your amplifier. A typical range is somewhere between 60 and 80 Hz.




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