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    speakers playing high pitch

    hey guys, my speakers (Fusion CM65 components) play very high pitch and sometimes are ear peircing. They're amped and I was wondering if maybe it has something to do with my HPF settings?

    or maybe its just the speakers sound, cuz although they get very loud and very clear, its a little peircing at times.



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    Re: speakers playing high pitch

    turn ur treble down on the headunit



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    Re: speakers playing high pitch

    I did, it doesn't seem to get rid of it.

    Its at +7 but I need it to get that loud to play the vocals loudly.



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