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How do you get to the setting on the XDMR7710 for the sub woofer.... my beats but not like i want it too its very soft and the bass just blurs it alot???

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CLICK HERE for your owners manual.

This model does not have a dedicated subwoofer output.
You must use the crossover on your amplifier (if equipped) or install a seperate crossover to eliminate frequencies above 80Hz from the subwoofer output.

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Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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