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Run the signal through an equalizer.

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The sound you receive also depends on the box you use, and the type of car its in. In my opinion the best sound is what "I like" not what others set.
There is two ways of finding your optimum settings.
But my favorite way is to do the following.
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"I max out at 60%, but that's because I don't like twisting and twisting to get my sound up or down." One twist and im setting off car alarms.

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