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    Too muc h bass?

    Just got my components in and a U.S. acoustics usx2100 in. Well when i listen to rock it sounds awesome and loud, but once i listen to rap and r&b it sounds like crap, the bass is to powerful for the speakers to handle and it sounds like its gonna explode. But when i try to turn it down it gets good again but now its to quiet to hear. Any ideas on how i could make my bass calm down a bit? I also tried messing with the EQ on the deck but it didnt do much, and my gain is about 3/4 the way up.
    My setup is:
    U.S. Acoustics USX2100
    Alpine CDA-9815
    Cdt cl-61

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    Re: Too muc h bass?

    If they are 6.5's set the crossover between 80 and 100 hz.

    Mine: CDT, Eclipse, Diamond Audio, Dayton, Aura

    Wifey: Infinity, Concept, Pioneer, Profile, JBL

    Refs: Ruckus, MSSOKC

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    Re: Too muc h bass?

    ya sounds like u jsut have ur cross over set wrong

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